Keechelus Lake, WA Aerial Tour located in the northwest United States, near Hyak in Kittitas County, Washington. Approximately fifty miles southeast of Seattle and a few miles southeast of Snoqualmie Pass, it is the source of the Yakima River.
Keechelus Lake is part of the Columbia River basin, being the source of the Yakima River, which is tributary to the Columbia River.
The lake is used as a storage reservoir for the Yakima Project, an irrigation project run by the United States Bureau of Reclamation. Although a natural lake, Keechelus Lake’s capacity and discharge is controlled by Keechelus Dam, a 128-foot high earthfill structure built in 1917.
The preserved tree trunks make for great aerial images and we look forward to future FPV videos throughout the petrified tree trunks.
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