Greenway Whitewater (WA)

The Mountains to Sound Greenway stretches over 100 miles along Interstate 90 from the shores of Puget Sound in Seattle, over Snoqualmie Pass and into Central Washington. Much of the Greenway is public land and includes over 700,000 acres held by local, state and federal agencies in trust for the public good. The Greenway includes whitewater resources of national significance just outside the Seattle metropolitan area. American Whitewater is a partner with the Greenway in developing a longterm vision for the protection and stewardship of these whitewater rivers, many of which have been determined by the Forest Service to be eligible for Wild and Scenic designation.

Currently American Whitewater is part of a community effort to designate the Mountains to Sound Greenway as a National Heritage Area.

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projects - Greenway Whitewater (WA)

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Associated Rivers

Box Canyon Creek [WA]
to Kachess Reservoir III-IV+(V)
med
00h22m
Cooper River [WA]
high
01h09m
Raging [WA]
low
00h52m
Raging [WA]
low
00h52m
Snoqualmie, Middle Fork [WA]
high
01h07m
Snoqualmie, Middle Fork [WA]
high
01h07m
Snoqualmie, Middle Fork [WA]
high
01h07m
Snoqualmie, Middle Fork [WA]
med
01h07m
Snoqualmie, Middle Fork [WA]
high
01h07m
Snoqualmie, N. Fork [WA]
med
01h07m
high
01h07m
high
01h07m
Snoqualmie, S. Fork [WA]
med
01h07m
Teanaway, N. Fork [WA]
Tolt, N. Fork [WA]
low
01h07m
Waptus [WA]