Five very beautiful lakes, which are named West Fork Foss Lakes, are located in a very picturesque Skykomish River Valley. All five lakes can be hiked within one day, but be prepared for a hard day or every lake can be visited separately.
Mowich Lake is a glassy and beautiful lake which is nested in a glacial basin in the northwest corner of Mount Rainier National Park. Mowich Lake is the largest and the deepest in the park and is located at an elevation of 4,929 feet.
The Chain Lakes and Heather Meadows are very popular among hikers, regardless of the fact that these territories are free from snow only three month a year. Mount Baker Highway mage this place even more accessible and popular.
Mowich Lake Campground is one of most scenic sites in Mount Rainier National Park. It has wonderful possibilities for outdoor recreation and is located close to Spray Falls, Eunice Lake and Tolmie Peak Lookout.