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Home / Mt Fremont Photos WA 18
- Looking up the Mt. Fremont trail.
- A typical view of the trail to the Mt. Fremont lookout.
- The Mt. Fremont trail provides fantastic views of the northern side of Mt. Rainier.
- Spectacular views abound on the Mt. Freemont Lookout trail.
- Looking at Skyscraper Mountain from near Mt. Fremont Lookout.
- Mt. Rainier from the Mt. Fremont Lookout trail. This is near the lookout.
- A ground squirrel runs about hoping for a handout. It didn't hang about long because I didn't offer it any food. It later came right up to me hoping for food.
- Mt. Fremont Lookout now sports a solar panel to charge a battery and provide a light at night.
- Bushes of yellow Cinquefoil (Latin name: Potentilla) dot the mountainside around the Mt. Fremont lookout.
- The inside of Mt. Fremont has all the equipment of a fire lookout. It is takes the brunt of winter storms that break windows and have even blown off the roof. During low snow years the rangers have to carry their own water up from Frozen Lake.
- Looking down from Mt. Fremont down to Grand Park. The Northern Loop trail can be seen on the left.
- Seemingly endless mountains are viewed to the east from the Mt. Fremont Lookout.
- A view of the trail near the Mt. Fremont lookout. Being above the trees provides great views. Mt. Goats also frequent these slopes in the early morning and late evening.
- A yellow Aster is able to eke out a place in the rocks near the Mt. Fremont lookout at Mt. Rainier National Park.
- A dwarf lupine is able to survive among the rocks near the Mt. Fremont lookout at Mt. Rainier National Park.