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According to the United States Census Bureau, the CDP has a total area of 1.2 square miles (3.2 km²), all of it land.
The town site of Thorp is above the flood plain of the upper Yakima River at an elevation of 1,637 feet (499 m).
North and northeast of the town of Thorp along the Yakima River channel is the gradual upward lift of the Thorp Drift, marked by an elevation change due to the incline onto the terminal moraine that marks the furthest advance of the Thorp Glacial stage.
Here the Thorp Gravels, which are named for the town of Thorp and the Thorp Glacial episode, are exposed along the ancient river channel in what is known as the "Slide Area".
The warmest month of the year at Thorp is July, with an average high of 77.2 °F and an average low of 51.8 °F.
The coldest month of the year is January, with an average low of 16.5 °F and an average high of 34.3 °F.
The changes are the result of a drop in elevation of about 1,400 feet from the summit of Snoqualmie Pass to Thorp, and a significant drop in precipitation of about 107 inches average a year at the summit of Snoqualmie Pass, to 42.94 inches average a year at Thorp.
This trend continues through late autumn and winter, with a marked drop in precipitation beginning in April which coincides with a gradual rise in temperature into late spring and summer.
There is significant variation in rainfall throughout the year, with December and January receiving a mix of rainfall and snow, averaging 9.06 and 7.94 inches respectively.
The whole structure is composed of individually layered belts of gravel and sand which are not well consolidated, continually weather, and are prone to continuing erosion and landslides averaging 30 degrees.
The area is rich with wildlife, including bald eagles and osprey who hunt for prey along the river.