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Cadar Springs and Tahoma Canyon Home share 11 acres

Cedar Springs at Mt Rainier
Elk in the early morning
Cedar Springs at Mt Rainier
Heron looking for its supper
Cedar Springs at Mt Rainier
Huge cedars surround the cabin
Cedar Springs at Mt Rainier
Wildlife frequent the property
Cedar Springs at Mt Rainier
The road behind the property, Tahoma Canyon Road, was the main road to Mt Rainier National Park until the 1930s. Now it is a great spot to take a stroll. There is little traffic.
Cedar Springs at Mt Rainier

The Tahoma Canyon Eleven Acre Property is Stunning.

The beautiful acreage that surround Tahoma Canyon Home and Cedar Springs Cabin has it all! An old cedar grove near the cabin, then. open pasture to separate Tahoma Canyon Home from Cedar Springs. There is no line of sight from one to the other. An old barn rests quietly on the property to remind us of the days when it was a working farm. You’ll find a view of snow covered Mt Wow in the distance. . . a trout pond . . .watch waterfowl landing on the pond and sometimes staying to hatch their offspring, or an eagle soaring above . .  a blue heron patiently waiting for its meal. . . grassy open pasture frequented by elk, deer, coyote. What more can you ask for? 

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Cedar Springs at Mt Rainier
Canadian geese on the pond
Cedar Springs at Mt Rainier
A lucky guest caught a big one!
Cedar Springs at Mt Rainier
Catch your dinner from the stocked pond behind the cabin.
Cedar Springs at Mt Rainier
You'll often see waterfowl visiting the pond
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