Christine Falls Viewpoint, Mount Rainier National Park

Waterfall · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
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  • This is one you HAVE to Stop to actually see it. You get a glimpse as you pass but only a very small portion. This Fall starts way up & continues with a few falls and goes under the bridge & farther.....  more »
  • Even in November there was a lot of water coming down. The bridge and the walls are beautiful; on weekends watch the cars and some folks do not pay attention to them.  more »
  • My husband and I unfortunately didn't have a lot of time to spend in Mt. Rainier National Park, but this was one of the stops we made based on where we entered the park. It is a multi-tiered...  more »
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  • There is a short hiking trail down at the lower part of the falls and it's a better spot for pictures, there is also a log bridge on upper part but I couldn't find my way there so you may want to research before stopping here. Overall you will love everything about this spot.
  • One of the many pleasant things about Mt. Rainier. There is a trail you can hike that will put you over the falls, and there is a spot to pull over that will show you the actual falls. I would recommend both!
  • Beautiful waterfall right off the road.watch out for pedestrian traffic
  • This is one of those things in Nature which are hard to ignore. It is fed by 7 Glaciers from the mountain. The water you see has cut through a LOT of Stone over the years. The limited parking provides disabled access. To feel the Vibration on the Bridge telling of the force of Nature which you just see needs to be looked at when you can sit and think about how much water passes over the falls. On the uphill side there is some small trickles coming down the side where on a Hot day you can take shoes off and bathe you feet. What many do not realize is the Energy it provides to heal things within yourself. Visit, Stop and Enjoy. Namaste
  • Small waterfall in Mt. Rainier National Park. To see it, you have to cross a short bridge by car/foot and then walk down a trail, so that you can see the falls from under the bridge (it's in a little nook in the mountain). The trail is very short but not wheelchair accessibly, unfortunately. It does offer a great view.

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