Document - Middle Fork of the Snoqualmie River Access Final Concept Plan

Abstract

This document presents river access issues, needs, and recommendations for improvements to ensure the public has dedicated access to the Middle Fork of the Snoqualmie River in Washington for whitewater boating (canoes, kayaks, and rafts). While access for the whitewater recreation is the primary focus of this plan, all other user groups desiring access to the water including fishermen, swimmers, and families were also considered through the planning process. Another goal of the plan was to develop low-impact improvements and address resource degradation issues and opportunities for conservation at the same time. This plan also outlines interpretation and education opportunities, operation and management issues, and potential funding sources for implementation. This document will help to guide land management agencies and the local community to maintain and develop river access that meets the user’s needs and minimizes impact to the natural environment.

Description

Concept plan identifying river access issues, needs, and recommendations for improvements to ensure the public has dedicated access to the Middle Fork of the Snoqualmie River in Washington.
Document author
Susan Rosebrough
Seattle, WA

Document Information

Filename - Middle Fork of the Snoqualmie River Access Final Concept Plan188.pdf

Size - 3.47MB


Associated Projects

Greenway Whitewater (WA)
The Mountains to Sound Greenway stretches over 100 miles along Interstate 90 from Seattle to Central Washington. AW is engaged in promoting stewardship and protection of the rivers in this corridor.
Middle Fork Snoqualmie (WA)
AW has been working on resource stewardship along the Middle Fork of the Snoqualmie in Washington and protecting this drainage for the incredible recreational opportunities it provides.

Associated Rivers

Snoqualmie, Middle Fork WA
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10h52m
Snoqualmie, Middle Fork WA
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10h52m
Snoqualmie, Middle Fork WA
low
10h52m