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Teanaway River
River
Country United States
State Washington
County Kittitas
Source Cascade Range
 - elevation 2,280 ft (695 m) [1]
 - coordinates 47°15′24″N 120°53′54″W / 47.25667°N 120.89833°W / 47.25667; -120.89833 [2]
Mouth Yakima River
 - elevation 1,820 ft (555 m) [1]
 - coordinates 47°10′1″N 120°50′9″W / 47.16694°N 120.83583°W / 47.16694; -120.83583 [2]

The Teanaway River is a tributary of the Yakima River, in the U.S. state of Washington. It flows into the Yakima River near Cle Elum. The Teanaway River is part of the Columbia River basin, being a tributary of the Yakima River, which is tributary to the Columbia River.

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Course

The Teanaway River begins near the confluence of its three forks, the North Fork, Middle Fork, and West Fork Teanaway. These forks all begins at elevations above 5,000 feet in the Cascade Range northeast of Cle Elum Lake.

After its forks joins, the Teanaway River flows in a curve, east, then west, then south to join the Yakima River.

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