Toutle River Washington

The Toutle River is a 17.2-mile tributary of the Cowlitz River in the U.S. state of Washington. It rises in two forks merging near Toutle below Mount St. Helens and joins the Cowlitz near Castle Rock, 20 miles upstream of the larger river's confluence with the Columbia River.
  • Etymology: A Native American subgroup called Hullooetell by Lewis and Clark
  • Country: United States
  • State: Washington
  • County: Cowlitz
  • Source: Confluence of North and South forks
  • Mouth: Cowlitz River
  • Length: 17.2 mi (27.7 km)
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