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King County has identified a fallen tree and a cluster of submerged trees that have created persistent hazardous recreational conditions along the Snoqualmie River at approximately river mile 37.2, between the Tokul Creek and Fall City boat launches. A big-leaf maple fell into the river and lies partially submerged along the southern bank of the river directly across from the Snoqualmie Falls Golf Course. Immediately upstream is a cluster of submerged trees that has snagged rafters and tubers resulting in dangerous rescues. Because the river constricts at this location, the current can pull boaters directly toward these hazards. Boaters and recreational river users are urged to stop upstream of this site and portage around it. Warning signs are posted.

Aerial photo showing the location of a boating hazard on the Snoqualmie River - December 2009
Map showing the location of a boating hazard on the Snoqualmie River - December 2009