Mount Rainier, Part 3: Comet Falls, Narada Falls, and a Few Odds and Ends
As with any park that has glaciers and volcanic activity, Mount Rainier has a plethora of waterfalls though, with a 320 foot drop, Comet Falls impresses more than most. The hike out to the falls leads you past other rushing blue streams as well with their own lovely waterfalls.
Narada Falls, a two-tiered waterfall on either side of the Mount Rainier Highway, is also a delightful stop in the park:
Finally, a few other interesting sites from around the park include a deep blue glacial lake and perfectly rectangular rocks exposed in the cliff face.
Absolutely beautiful photos!
Thanks so much! I loved Mount Rainier!
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