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The Rodeo Grounds is not just about rodeos — it hosts a variety of activities, such as festivals, jamborees, equestrian shows, retreats and dances including our annual Summerland Stomp! Corporate Links. Welcome to the SRG! Become a Member. Sign Up. Our events Upcoming Events. Fundraising Events. Fundraising events are held to raise money for improvements and the upkeep of the Summerland Rodeo Grounds.
If you would like to host your event at the Summerland Rodeo Grounds, please contact us for more info! Thank you to Our Sponsors. About Us The SRGEDC is a group of local citizens working together to raise funds and awareness in an effort to improve facilities and maintenance of this recreation area. The trail starts off in the forest, and has some beautiful waterfall overlooks before getting to the hardest part for me which was all the switchbacks up the side of the mountain before getting to the field.
I recommend taking lots of water, and take breaks as needed. Once we got to the Summerland field, we saw lots of chipmunks, a hand full of pika, and a couple marmot. We decided to hike the extra mile or so down the trail to the pond and it was absolutely worth it. All in all, a well maintained trail, with beautiful views and plenty of wildlife. I definitely recommend this trail. Great way to start off our honeymoon!
This was our first hike of our Washington honeymoon.
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It truly is the best way to experience so much of what Mt. Rainier and Washington state have to offer. We got glacier basin instead but we decided to day hike this instead. You go through multiple terrains. Mostly forest to start like E. Cool photo area.
Keep going and you will cross rivers over tree bridges, bushes of wild flowers, fields of flowers with a flowing river to your right and cliffs and tall evergreens to your left, cute staircases to climb up cute but painful. Finally coming to the hardest part, switchbacks all the way up the side of the mountain to get to the beautiful meadows and camp sites. This part will get you even if you are in good shape, but especially if you are not from somewhere used to living with some kind of elevation.
The elevation really got to my husband, but water helps, so lots of water and take breaks!!! Great sized switchbacks make it easier.
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Was a cool and sunny day. Temps ranged from 70 to start to 55 to end, But never felt cold and sweat a lot. We started the hike late and night hiked part of the way back down, which was a lot of fun. We had headlamps of course. Highly recommend this hike. Beautiful hike.
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I highly recommend going to Panhandle gap, it's not much further and the scenery is amazing, with beautiful waterfalls and a small lake. We saw a herd of mountain goats at the gap and pikas in the talus along the way. The trail was in good shape with only one small patch of snow. This was a great day hike.
Started early on a Saturday, at 8am the parking was full. My group and I were confused between this site and WTA- we did not do the panhandle gap and it was about elevation and a little over 8 miles round trip. Very beautiful on the way up, shaded most of the way. The last half mile was killer switchbacks but so worth it when you got to the top. Would do again but on a weekday.
The first 3 miles is within the woods with shade, the last mile to the campground is exposed more under the sun. The view changes from mountain side view to exposed rock view with snow more. On the way, you will see an emerald green lake.
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When reaching to the gap, there will have panoramic view of mountain line and Mt Adams in the far distance. Total Beautiful hike although no view of rainier as it was hidden in the clouds. Great trail- goes from deep woods to wildflowers to a large valley that looks like its out of a fairytale almost.
Starts out moderate and gets steeper at the end. There is no glacial lake on this trail specifically- you'd have to hike more to get to that.
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Took about hours round trip. Super hike to Summerland and then up over the snow to a mountain ridge line. Lots of flowers, snow melting, small lakes, lots of marmots and beautiful views. Do this on a weekday. Most beautiful views and scenery. Wildflowers everywhere, beautiful creeks and marmots! Love this hike. One of my top favorites. No bugs. I hiked this yesterday and the wildflowers were wonderful.
The elevation gain on this hike is loaded toward the end after getting above the treeline. It was well worth the effort. Beautiful forest, a river, flowers, and mountains. What's not to like? I thought this was a great hike despite it being pretty foggy and not getting to see most of the major views! As other reviews mention, it was fairly gradual until the last.
The trail opens up to a big meadow and I was really surprised to see a toilet and some sheltered spaces to eat and dry off it was a bit misty the day we went. Including the roughly 45 minutes we stopped to eat lunch, the hike took us about 5 hours round trip. With the additions after the meadow our round trip distance was about 12 miles according to our Fitbits. We parked at am and the designated spots were full but right up the road there was tons of space to pull over and park on the shoulder.
Almost totally snow free to the camp. Trail is broad and easy with steady gradient in old growth forest, till the river crossing on a log bridge.
After the crossing we found 5 per cent snow cover, mainly in gullies. Ascending to the Summerland Shelter through the switchbacks required crossing slushy, and sometimes slippery drifts of snow, for which poles and good tread was appreciated.