Yale Dam

Yale Dam is a 323-foot high earth-type hydroelectric dam on the , in the U.S. state of Washington, owned by PacifiCorp. It is located on the border between and .

Notable Places in the Area

Bridge
The or Lewis River Bridge spans the near . is situated 2 miles west of Yale Dam. Photo: Jet Lowe, Public domain.

Localities in the Area

Hamlet
is an unincorporated community and former town in . is situated 6 miles north of Yale Dam.

Yale Dam

Latitude
45.9643° or 45° 57' 51.4" north
Longitude
-122.3326° or 122° 19' 57.4" west
Open Location Code
84QVXM78+PX
Elevation
486 feet (148 metres)
Geo­Names ID
5816615

Also Known As

  • Dutch: Yale Dam
  • Egyptian Arabic: سد ييل
  • Italian: diga di Yale
  • Norwegian: Yale-demningen
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Yale-demningen
  • Ukrainian: ГЕС Єль

In the Area

Localities

  • Hamlet, 3 miles northwest
  • Hamlet, 3½ miles southwest
  • Village, 8 miles southwest
  • Village, 8 miles southwest

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