Worm Flows in Skamania County WA


Worm Flows - Physical Feature (Lava) in Skamania County

Worm Flows is a physical feature (lava) in Skamania County. The primary coordinates for Worm Flows places it within the WA 98616 ZIP Code delivery area.

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Worm Flows - Maps, Driving Directions & Local Area Information

Feature Name: Worm Flows
Category: Washington physical, cultural and historic features
Feature Type: Physical
Class: Lava
Description: Extends SE 4 km (2.5 mi) from 1980 Crater on Mount Saint Helens.
History: When viewed from above, the lava flows give the appearance of a mass of large worms.
County: Skamania County
Latitude: 46.1706664
Longitude: -122.1595391
GNIS ID: 1528459
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