Upper Melakwa Lake

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Upper Melakwa Lake
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Upper Melakwa Lake
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Upper Melakwa Lake
Location King County, Washington, United States
Coordinates 47°27′09″N121°28′14″W / 47.452612°N 121.470650°W / 47.452612; -121.470650 Coordinates: 47°27′09″N121°28′14″W / 47.452612°N 121.470650°W / 47.452612; -121.470650
Primary outflows Pratt River
Basin  countriesUnited States
Surface elevation4,508 ft (1,374 m)

Upper Melakwa Lake is a tiny lake located in King County in Washington. It is the source of the Pratt River.

The lake is located a short distance upstream from Melakwa Lake. The lake is easily reached by walking upstream from Melakwa Lake however; a lot of people are too tired to continue after the somewhat difficult trip to Melakwa Lake. By continuing north from the lake, you will eventually reach Melakwa Pass.

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