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Pratt River, Washington

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Managing Agency:

U.S. Forest Service, Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest

Designated Reach:

December 19, 2014. The entire 9.5-mile Pratt River, from its headwaters to its confluence with the Middle Fork of the Snoqualmie River.


Wild — 9.5 miles; Total — 9.5 miles.

Pratt River


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Pratt River

Like the Snoqualmie River it empties into, the Pratt River is an exceptionally scenic waterway originating in the Alpine Lakes Wilderness. A refurbished trail provides access to this beautiful mountain stream, especially for the nearby Seattle Metropolitan Area. The river flows through old-growth forest and supports native trout runs, black bear, elk and cougar.