Natural Geography

The Upper Skagit River Basin above Ross Dam includes 2628 km2 of the North Cascades Range. From a low point of 478 m, the basin climbs to over 2600 m and has an average elevation of 1438 m. Approximately 1% of the basin is covered by over eighty glaciers.

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