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- Wonderful clouds were lit by the early morning sun on my way to the trailhead.
- The beginning of the trail is well marked.
- Hundreds of volunteers donated thousands of hours of work to rebuild this trail. Here is an example of a rock wall along the Glacier Basin Trail.
- A pleasant waterfall graces the Glacier Basin Trail.
- Looking towards Buroughs Mountain from the Emmons View Trail.
- Columnar basalt points skyward along the Glacier View Trail.
- A small lake is next to Glacier Basin Campground. This is the end of the maintained trail.
- A small lake is next to Glacier Basin Campground. This is the end of the maintained trail. This is looking towards Mt. Rainier.
- Some wildflowers bloom late into the year along the Glacier Basin Trail.
- Abundant water feeds carpets of Monkeyflowers in Glacier Basin.
- Abundant water feeds carpets of pink Monkeyflowers in Glacier Basin.
- Debris washed down the valley from the melting glaciers to litter the valley floor.
- Glacial debris covers the ground at the 6,700 foot level at Glacier Basin. Not many plants can survive in this harsh environment.
- Several small streams provide just the thing for carpets of Monkeyflowers in Glacier Basin.
- The summit of Mt. Rainier peeks out from the slopes of Glacier Basin.