SEASON: Winter rain storms.
ACCESS: At mile 147.0 on Highway 101 take Clearwater Road east
as it heads upstream. The put-in is at the C 2700 bridge across the river.
Take-out at Coppermine Bottom Campground or where C1010 nears the
Clearwater River near its confluence with the Snahapish River.
This run is a bit of a mixed bag. Recent reports have indicated
several log portages and the class IV drop can get too boney to run.
lat/long approximated by Tiger map server
for additional information see
A comprehensive guide to 75 river runs on Washington's beautiful Olympic Peninsula.
Check the USGS Queets gauge. The
Snahapish River is a tributary of the
Clearwater which is a major tributary to
Permits are not required for this reach.
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