“Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better.”
To the few I gave my Instagram account to, it's Sonny LaZeuz without the T. Sorry.
Spray Falls lies in the Mowich Lake District in the northwest corner of Mt Rainier National Park. According to my GPS log, I got here from Seattle by taking the Hwy 167 south to North Puyallup, then heading east on Hwy 410 until I made a right turn onto Mundy Loss Rd. Mundy Loss Rd (which seemed like a residential road) hooks up with Hwy 162.
It then headed east and hooked up with Hwy 165. Heading south on Hwy 165, the road passes through the small towns of Wilkeson and Carbonado. Not long after a long single-lane bridge (roughly 3 miles past Carbonado), Hwy 165 splits where the right fork ascends steeply then becomes Mowich Lake Road while the left fork leads to the Carbon River Entrance Station of Mt Rainier National Park.