Washington Trails Association continues to post many hike reports. Here are more excerpts from hikes mentioning wildflowers:
- Skyline Divide — Aug 09, 2012 —North Cascades — Mount Baker Highway
the views and abundant wildflowers in the meadows near the top are spectacular
- Granite Mountain — Aug 09, 2012 — Snoqualmie Pass — Snoqualmie Pass
Nice wildflowers although the bear grass is pretty much gone. Not very many berries but I managed to taste about five.
- Snow Lake — Aug 09, 2012 — Snoqualmie Pass — Snoqualmie Pass
Several varieties of wildflowers are blooming at the lake and in the avalanche chutes, including heather, tiger lily, and bear grass.
- Skyline Divide — Aug 09, 2012 — North Cascades — Mount Baker Highway
The trail crests at the 2-mile mark, immediately opening up to wide, open, wildflower-laden meadows
- Tolmie Peak Lookout – Eunice Lake — Aug 09, 2012 — Mt. Rainier — NW – Carbon River / Mowich
so many birds and butterfly’s! The flowers were blooming!
- Hidden Lake Lookout — Aug 08, 2012 — North Cascades — North Cascades Highway
Wildflowers are blooming before the pass, absolutely beautiful.
- Mount Dickerman — Aug 08, 2012 — North Cascades — Mountain Loop Highway
Wildflowers abound after the waterfall but they are really abundant in their prime in the last bit up to the summit.
- Summerland — Aug 08, 2012 — Mt. Rainier — NE – Sunrise / White River
The meadow first lower meadow is peaking for flowers NOW! So brilliant with color!
- Commonwealth Basin — Aug 08, 2012 — Snoqualmie Pass — Snoqualmie Pass
Saw many pikas, butterflies & wildflowers.
- Tubal Cain Mine and Buckhorn Lake — Aug 07, 2012 — Olympics — East
view/flowers/lake/everything else are all amazing I defiantly recommend it!
Read all the Washington Trials hike reports at: Trip Reports
- Washington State Wildflower Bloom (naturalhistorywanderings.com)
- More Washington State Wildflower Bloom Updates (naturalhistorywanderings.com)