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Goat Rocks Wilderness

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Updated 10/31/2014

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The crags in Gifford Pinchot National Forest, south of Mt. Rainier, are aptly named. You often see mountain goats here, especially when you hike into the backcountry. Goat Lake is a particularly good spot for viewing these elusive creatures. See the goats without backpacking by taking Forest Road 21 to Forest Road 2140, south from U.S. 12. The goats will be on Stonewall Ridge looming up ahead of you.

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NF-21 and NF-2140, Randle, Washington, 98377, United States



Updated 10/31/2014


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