Steep creeking in the Skykomish drainage.
Check put-in road conditions with Mt. Baker - Snoqulamie National Forest; follow link to the forest road conditions report under the recreation link.
Lat/Long are very approximate and unconfirmed. You will need to scout out the access yourself.
Earlier this year 2 crews went up over a weekend and ran this section putting in about a mile above the Lake Dorothy trailhead and taking out at the big slide. Ths is what we found.. http://creeksides.blogspot.com/2011/07/upper-east-fork-miller.html
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American Whitewater recently joined several organizations with an interest in stewardship and conservation of the Skykomish River Valley in requesting that Longview Timber refrain from road building or logging on key parcels in the Skykomish River valley.
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