Wildflower Hike - Berkeley Park

The valley between Skscraper Mtn. and Mt. Fremont is one of the nicest floristic surprises in the Park. This remarkably lush park is more like the meadows of Paradise than those of Sunrise. Beginning at Sunrise, the primary visitor center on the north side of the Park, the hike is approximately 6.9 miles RT with over 1,800' of net elevation gain (1,200' on the return trip). Check conditions before setting out.

Berkeley Park from First Burroughs Mountain

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Trailhead Note: The trailhead is found on the north side of the Sunrise parking area. Sunrise is approximately 15.5 miles from the White River entrance off of SR 410. Seasonal closure is at the White River campgroud road, approximately 5.5 miles from 410. The road often does not open until July. It is always important to check the status of the road in planning hikes originating from Sunrise. Although the parking lot is large and overflow parking is usually accomodated the quality of this hike is enhanced by an early start when the lot is virtually empty; and then returning in the afternoon and wondering "where did everyone come from."

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