Location

Elwha River

The Elwha River is a 45-mile (72 km) river on the Olympic Peninsula in the U.S. state of Washington. From its source at Elwha snowfinger in the Olympic Mountains, it flows generally north to the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Most of the river's course is within the Olympic National Park. From 1911 to 2014, dams blocked fish passage on the lower Elwha River. The National Park Service removed the two dams as part of the Elwha Ecosystem Restoration Project. Dam removal work began in September 2011 and was completed in August 2014.
Location Tags Elwha River, Elwha Surface Water Intake (ESWI)
Location Parent
State(s) Washington
Unified Region(s) Columbia-Pacific Northwest
Reclamation Region(s) (Legacy) Pacific Northwest
Timezone
Elevation [ N/A ]
Vertical Datum [ N/A ]
Coordinates (lat, long) [ (48.1436, -123.56501), (48.13077, -123.55654), (48.11289, -123.55265), (48.0947, -123.55952), (48.0788, -123.57348), (48.03673, -123.59351), (48.01136, -123.59023), (47.99769, -123.60358), (47.98697, -123.60518), (47.9528, -123.5713), (47.94973, -123.55236), (47.9422, -123.54183), (47.90798, -123.49297), (47.88427, -123.47546), (47.79732, -123.44971), (47.75087, -123.4687), (47.7384, -123.52158), (47.74625, -123.55316), (47.77336, -123.58381) ]
Horizontal Datum WGS84