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Old 03-08-2005, 09:00 AM   #1
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Going to be in Yakima, WA early in June and want to do a brief visit to Mt Rainier, then drive on to Puyallup to visit friends. Would you recommend HWY 12 or 410? How are those roads pulling a 27' fiver? Any campground suggestions in or near the Park?
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Going to be in Yakima, WA early in June and want to do a brief visit to Mt Rainier, then drive on to Puyallup to visit friends. Would you recommend HWY 12 or 410? How are those roads pulling a 27' fiver? Any campground suggestions in or near the Park?
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I haven't been over either of those passes in 20-some years, but you shouldn't have any trouble with either.

My first impression is 410 gets you closer to Puyallup, but 12 would be better if you're planning to visit Ohennapecosh or Paradise on the south side (SE and SW respectively) side of the mountain.
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