The Mazamas offers a variety of classes for all ability levels. Learn new skills in mountaineering, rock climbing, first aid, ski mountaineering, and more.
This is an C level Mazama Hike that occurs in a non-wilderness area. C level hikes are difficult or strenuous hikes with either over 15 miles in distance or over 3,000 feet elevation gain. C level hikes require you to apply; once you apply you will receive an email within a few days letting you know if you have been accepted onto the hike.
Please check out the details tab to learn more about this specific hike, including the route name and meeting location.
We’ll begin at the Kautz Creek Trailhead in Mt. Rainier National Park and hike to the iconic home of So-To-Lick (Indian Henry) who guided several people, including John Muir, up large sections of Mt. Rainier.
The trail is an out-and-back that covers 3800’ of elevation gain and is 11 miles round trip. The 5.5 miles to our destination is a steep but steady climb that never let’s up until just before we drop into the meadow at Indian Henry’s.
If you’re ready for great views and a great conditioning opportunity, this hike is for you. Please be in adequate physical condition to complete the hike before signing up.
More information on acceptance.
|General Route Info||Will vary based on route chosen. Check the Activity & Leader Notes.|