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The Trask River is a river, approximately 12 mi (19 km) long, in northwestern Oregon in the United States. It drains a mountainous timber-producing area of the Coastal Range west of Portland into the Pacific Ocean. It runs approximately east to west with steep, mountainous terrain rising to a height of 3,442 feet. It is one of five rivers—the Tillamook, the Trask, the Wilson, the Kilchis, and the Miami—that flow into the bay.
It rises in two forks. The North Fork (30 mi/48 km long), rises in several forks itself in the Tillamook State Forest in western Washington County west of Forest. It flows generally west into eastern Tillamook County. The South Fork (10 mi/16 km long) rises in southern Tillamook County and flows north. The two forks join in central Tillamook County and the combined stream flows west, past Tillamook, entering the south end of Tillamook Bay on the Pacific northwest of the Tillamook. For its last 1 mi (1.6 km) it forms a common channel with the Tillamook River.
The river is known for its runs of Steelhead and Chinook salmon.