Burroughs Mountain Trail, Photo Gallery, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington

Burroughs Mountain Trail

Mount Rainier National Park

Burroughs Mountain is located on the NE side of Mount Rainier between Emmons Glacier and Winthrop Glacier. The mountain, named for naturalist John Burroughs, features three distinct summits, or 'Burroughs'.  The first two are broad and flat, and the third spans a narrow ridge that extends from Steamboat Prow between Emmons and Winthrop. Hikers will enjoy miles of open tundra with up-close views of the glaciers, and panoramas across the Sunrise area, Berkeley Park, Sourdough Range, White River and Cascades. 

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