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Rivers Walk

Teanaway Rivers Walk participants stand on exposed sandstone bedrock of North Fork Teanaway River.
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Date & Time
Sunday, May 19, 2024 | 1-3PM
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Location
Teanaway Community Forest
What You'll Be Doing
Dual perspective adds depth, so this year the Teanaway Community Forest is giving you metaphorical 3D glasses by inviting two expert or enthusiast speakers to lead each free guided event. Come ramble along the North Fork Teanaway River with us for the Rivers Walk on Sunday afternoon, May 19th. Speakers Tom Ring, hydrogeologist, and Becca Wassell, program director for Mid-Columbia Fisheries, will offer their perspectives and expertise on why the river looks the way it does today and how we continue to shape it through human impact and restoration projects.
Project Difficulty
Moderate. The walk is fairly flat, but the ground may be uneven.
What to Bring

Comfortable walking shoes, water, and a Discover Pass for parking.

Where to Meet and Parking Information
Directions & Driving to 29 Pines: Check the WSDOT website for current conditions. Directions from I-90 in Cle Elum: Take exit 85 on I-90 to WA-10/WA-970 in Kittitas County Turn right to stay on WA-10/WA-970 for 6.5 miles Turn left onto Teanaway Rd for 7.3 miles Continue onto Teanaway Rd North Fork for 5.8 miles 29 Pines Camping Area is on the right

Dual perspective adds depth, so this year the Teanaway Community Forest is giving you metaphorical 3D glasses by inviting two expert or enthusiast speakers to lead each free guided event. Come ramble along the North Fork Teanaway River with us for the Rivers Walk on Sunday afternoon, May 19th. Speakers Tom Ring, hydrogeologist, and Becca Wassell, program director for Mid-Columbia Fisheries, will offer their perspectives and expertise on why the river looks the way it does today and how we continue to shape it through human impact and restoration projects.