Kachess River facts for kids
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Kachess River below Chickamin Ridge
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Location of the mouth of Kachess River in Washington
|Main source||Cascade Range
Chickamin Ridge, north of Kachess Lake, Wenatchee National Forest
4,857 ft (1,480 m)
47°26′45″N 121°14′15″W / 47.44583°N 121.23750°W
|River mouth||Yakima River
2,185 ft (666 m)
47°15′06″N 121°11′56″W / 47.25167°N 121.19889°W
Kachess River is a tributary of the Yakima River, in the U.S. state of Washington. From its source on Chickamin Ridge in the Alpine Lakes Wilderness region of the Cascade Range, the Kachess River flows south into Kachess Lake, a natural lake regulated as a reservoir by Kachess Dam. Below the dam, the Kachess River flows south and then empties into the Yakima River at Lake Easton.
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