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Gauge Information

Gauge Description:

The Middle Fork Snoqualmie gauge is a short distance downstream, but two major tributaries (Pratt and Taylor) come in between this run and the gauge such that actual flows on this reach are approximately 60% of the gauge reading. A reading of about 800 cfs on the Middle Fork gauge is the minimum for this section and levels slightly above this would be good for a first-time run. The high flow cutoff of 1800 is an estimate and has not beeen verified. For a visual inspection walk down to the river at the Middle Fork trailhead and check the rapid that can be seen on the upstream side of the foot bridge.

Gauge Information

Name Range Difficulty Updated Level
MIDDLE FORK SNOQUALMIE RIVER NEAR TANNER, WA
usgs-12141300 800 - 1800 cfs II-III(IV) 00h51m 979 cfs (running)

RangeWater LevelDifficultyComment
800 -1800 cfs barely runnable-high runnable II-III(IV)

Report - Reports of Snoqualmie, Middle Fork 2 - Burnboot Creek to Taylor River and related gauges

Reports give the public a chance to report on river conditions throughout the country as well as log the history of a river.

Reports

When River/Gauge Subject Level Reporter
> 10 years Snoqualmie, Middle Fork [WA] Canoeing below Mt. Garfield 2600 cfs Thomas O'Keefe
> 10 years Snoqualmie, Middle Fork [WA] Taylor Rapid 2030 cfs Thomas O'Keefe
> 10 years Snoqualmie, Middle Fork [WA] Rafting on the Middle Fork n/a Thomas O'Keefe
> 10 years Snoqualmie, Middle Fork [WA] Mt. Garfield 2600 cfs Thomas O'Keefe
> 10 years Snoqualmie, Middle Fork [WA] Wildcat rapid 1000 Paul Harris
> 10 years /Snoqualmie, Middle Fork-2 - Burnboot Creek to Taylor River [WA] Dingford Creek Bridge Drop 800 cfs Thomas O'Keefe