The Carbon River flows under a crossing that is part of the .4 mile trail to Chenius Falls, at Mt. Rainier National Park. To access the trail hikers must first walk (or bike) 3.5 miles on the Carbon River road, which washed out in 2006.
The Carbon River flows under a crossing that is part of the .4 mile trail to Chenius Falls, at Mt. Rainier National Park. To access the trail hikers must first walk (or bike) 3.5 miles on the Carbon River road, which washed out in 2006.
The Carbon River flows under a crossing that is part of the .4 mile trail to Chenius Falls, at Mt. Rainier National Park. To access the trail hikers must first walk (or bike) 3.5 miles on the Carbon River road, which washed out in 2006.

Carbon River Road might become a trail

September 18, 2010 12:00 AM

UPDATED September 18, 2010 07:09 AM

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