Tokul is a community in King County, Washington. It is located at the base of the Cascade Range, just east of Fall City. The area is heavily forested and mostly residential.

Geography Edit

Tokul Creek runs through the area known as Tokul. Spring Glen and Fall City are to the west. Snoqualmie is to the south. No towns lie directly east or north of Tokul since it is all forest and mountains. The closest community to the north would be Sultan, in Snohomish County, and to the east would be Ernies Grove.

Climate Edit

The climate in this area has mild differences between highs and lows, and there is adequate rainfall year-round. According to the Köppen Climate Classification system, Tokul has a marine west coast climate, abbreviated "Cfb" on climate maps.

Tokul Soils Edit

Tokul's claim to fame comes from Tokul soils, which are among the most productive soils in the world. These soils support Douglas Fir and other conifer trees, which are the source of Washington’s nickname, “the Evergreen State.” The State of Washington has hundreds of soils that are influenced by volcanic ash. These “volcanic” soils are used for crop production, timber production, livestock grazing, recreation, and watershed. Most areas of Tokul soils are used for timber production, but some of the smaller areas are used as pasture and for urban development. Tokul soils are limited as sites for homes. Water perches above the dense glacial till during wet periods, making steep slopes unstable.

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