White Salmon River Warner Road Bridge to Green Truss Bridge Oregon

The White Salmon River is a 44-mile tributary of the Columbia River in the U.S. state of Washington. Originating on the slopes of Mount Adams, it flows into the Columbia Gorge near the community of Underwood. Parts of the river have been designated Wild and Scenic. The principal tributaries of the White Salmon River include Trout Lake and Buck, Mill, Dry, Gil…
The White Salmon River is a 44-mile tributary of the Columbia River in the U.S. state of Washington. Originating on the slopes of Mount Adams, it flows into the Columbia Gorge near the community of Underwood. Parts of the river have been designated Wild and Scenic. The principal tributaries of the White Salmon River include Trout Lake and Buck, Mill, Dry, Gilmer, and Rattlesnake Creeks.
  • Country: United States
  • State: Washington
  • County: Klickitat, Skamania
  • Source: Mount Adams Wilderness
  • Mouth: Columbia River
  • Length: 44.3 mi (71.3 km)
  • Basin size: 400 sq mi (1,000 km²)
Data from: en.wikipedia.org