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Pyramid Creek

Wonderland Trail Backcountry Campsites

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04:27

Pyramid Creek

This camp gets my nod for Most Unremarkable. Run time 4:23.

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Devils Dream

Wonderland Trail Backcountry Campsites

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08:40

Devils Dream

Some sites are right off the trail with no privacy. Of particular note is the water source, which flows behind the camp. Later in the season this dries up and a trek up the trail to a more permanent tarn is in order.

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South Puyallup River

Wonderland Trail Backcountry Campsites

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05:29

South Puyallup River

This camp is noted for the hexagonal rock features below the sites on the South Puyallup River trail. Run time 5:28.

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Klapatche Park

Wonderland Trail Backcountry Campsites

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04:08

Klapatche Park

Fabulous sunset views of Rainier and a tadpole haven known as Aurora Lake, the camp's water source. This may be dry later in the season and a trek to St. Andrews Lake will be your water source. Run time 4:08.

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North Puyallup

Wonderland Trail Backcountry Campsites

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07:03

North Puyallup

This camp gets my nod as Best Camp for Sunset Chillin'. Why? The prominent rock formations that dominate the view take on a golden hue as the sun sets. Enjoy this vista from polished rock overlooking the turbulent North Puyallup River. See which sites are a long trek to the loo. Run time 7:02.

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Golden Lakes

Wonderland Trail Backcountry Campsites

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08:13

Golden Lakes

What's not to like about a place with a high mountain lake, access to fabulous sunset views of Rainier in Sunset Park and a lofty view to a lower lake? See which sites you want to snag for the best experience. Run time 8:12.

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South Mowich River

Wonderland Trail Backcountry Campsites

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04:11

South Mowich River

Unusual in that site 1 is the shelter, one of the last remaining. If you've seen "Walkin' the Wonderland" you'll appreciate lounging on the rocks around the river as the sun wanes. Run time 4:11.

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Carbon River

Wonderland Trail Backcountry Campsites

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08:07

Carbon River

This camp gets my nod for Most Blowdowns. Enjoy the rugged layout that is off the main trail since the reroute. However, enjoy easy access to the suspension bridge and picturesque Marmot Creek. Run time 8:07.

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Eagle's Roost

Wonderland Trail Backcountry Campsites

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05:54

Eagle's Roost

The first camp on the alternate route over Spray Park. Nestled in the trees but away from the cacophony of Mowich Lake, see which site allows the most privacy in this close-knit camp. Run time 5:53.

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Cataract Valley

Wonderland Trail Backcountry Campsites

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06:43

Cataract Valley

The second camp on the alternate route over Spray Park. With access to lower Seattle Park and what I consider the most picturesque creek around the mountain, this camp is probably overlooked in planning. However, I deem the group site here as Best Overall Site. Why? Excellent access to the water source and bear pole helps, but the solar toilet overlooking the open rocky hillside (which gets my nod as Best Throne for Communing With Wildlife) with squeaking pika is the icing on the cake. Run time 6:43.

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Dick Creek

Wonderland Trail Backcountry Campsites

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03:40

Dick Creek

With just 2 sites this camp is unremarkable. However, site 1 gets my nod as Best View from the Tent. I've camped here before and was able to look over the Carbon River under a full moon with barely lifting my head in a bivy bag. Run time 3:39.

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Mystic Camp

Wonderland Trail Backcountry Campsites

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11:44

Mystic Camp

One of the larger camps in the park, but you'll understand why the name doesn't include "lake." One of the better stops for a large group, as the group site is separated from the regular camp with its own amenities, plus it's huge. Run time 11:44.

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Granite Creek

Wonderland Trail Backcountry Campsites

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07:49

Granite Creek

Just a pleasant camp, and site 3 gets my nod for Most Solitude. Run time 7:49.

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Summerland

Wonderland Trail Backcountry Campsites

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11:57

Summerland

It's easy to see why this place would be popular even if it didn't have easy access. Sweeping views in an alpine meadow with (some) sites sequestered in private treed areas. Playful marmots accustomed to humans ignore your shutterbugging. If not for the plethora of people from day hikers, this could easily be Best Camp, and some may argue the point. Run time 11:56.

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Indian Bar

Wonderland Trail Backcountry Campsites

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11:07

Indian Bar

Scenic and harder to get to (distance wise), this camp boasts eye candy from distant cascading falls up the Ohanapecosh Valley and (if your timing is right) incredible flower shows. Site 4 also gets my nod for Furthest from Water Source and the camp itself for Most Spread Out. If your group can snag the rustic stone shelter for the evening, go for it. Run time 11:07.

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Nickel Creek

Wonderland Trail Backcountry Campsites

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05:36

Nickel Creek

Reminders of its prior location right by the creek are there, but this camp has been relocated up the trail (300 paces). However, 2 of the sites boast distant views and sounds of Nickel Creek. A reminder that this camp is but 1.5 miles from Box Canyon parking. Run time 5:35.

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Maple Creek

Wonderland Trail Backcountry Campsites

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05:48

Maple Creek

Another easily accessed camp, but pleasant enough. Site 4 gets my nod as Hidden Gem, boasting an unencumbered view of the valley beyond, stunning in fall colors. Run time 5:47.

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Paradise River

Wonderland Trail Backcountry Campsites

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04:12

Paradise River

Just 5 miles from Longmire, some use this camp as an easy stop on their first day going CCW. The Paradise River itself has been groomed with gravel walkways and (seemingly) over engineered bridges, making me pine for its prior natural beauty, but that's what devastating flooding will do for you. Run time 4:12.

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