Middle Fork Teanaway

Cle Elum, Washington

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Mountain rivers are magical, crystal-clear ribbons that inundate your senses. They can be cool massages for your feet. They offer delicate music for your eyes, sparkling flashes in the alpine sunlight. When properly treated, they offer needed refreshment for thirsty hikers. The Middle Fork Teanaway River offers all this and more. As it tumbles through a gorgeous mountain valley, home and habitat to a variety of birds, beasts and, yes, bugs. This riverside trail passes through rich valley meadows, grand old forests, and comfortable campsites for those who can’t resist the chance to stay longer than a single day.
Day Hiking: Snoqualmie Region

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Day Hiking: Snoqualmie Region

by Dan A. Nelson (The Mountaineers Books)

Mountain rivers are magical, crystal-clear ribbons that inundate your senses. They can be cool massages for your feet. They offer delicate music for your eyes, sparkling flashes in the alpine sunlight. When properly treated, they offer needed refreshment for thirsty hikers. The Middle Fork Teanaway River offers all this and more.

As it tumbles through a gorgeous mountain valley, home and habitat to a variety of birds, beasts and, yes, bugs. This riverside trail passes through rich valley meadows, grand old forests, and comfortable campsites for those who can’t resist the chance to stay longer than a single day.

© 2014 Dan A. Nelson/The Mountaineers Books. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Birding, Fishing, Hiking
Nearby City: Cle Elum
Distance: 7
Elevation Gain: 300 feet
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Access: Easy to Moderate
Best Times: May–Nov
Features: Wildflowers
Accessibility: Dog-friendly, Kid-friendly
Local Contacts: Okanogan–Wenatchee National Forest, Cle Elum Ranger District
Local Maps: Green Trails Mount Stuart No. 209
Driving Directions: Directions to Middle Fork Teanaway

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