People love wildflowers. Actually, that is an understatement. People go crazy for wildflowers each and every summer, flocking to the high-alpine meadows around Mount Rainier, hoping for a chance to witness every colorful petal. Each summer, visitors from around the world for a chance to see, smell, and take in the gorgeousness of the flowery fields. Mount Rainier National Park is often viewed as the best place in the world for wildflowers, and after spending a summer day here, you will agree.
While nearly any trail around Mount Rainier will leave you stunned at the impressive beauty of this mountain, the following seven trails are our best bets to not just see wildflowers, but to also have an amazing experience. Mount Rainier National Park has 260 miles of maintained trails for you to discover, and these six wildflower viewing destinations are just a few of the highlights. For more information on wildflowers here, please visit Mount Rainier National Park’s wildflower guide webpage. Updated wildflower information can also be found here.