North Fork White River

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North Fork White River [1]
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The river northeast of Buford
Physical characteristics
Source 
  locationWall Lake
  coordinates 39°57′11″N107°14′27″W / 39.95306°N 107.24083°W / 39.95306; -107.24083
Mouth  
  location
Confluence with South Fork White River
  coordinates
39°58′23″N107°38′18″W / 39.97306°N 107.63833°W / 39.97306; -107.63833 Coordinates: 39°58′23″N107°38′18″W / 39.97306°N 107.63833°W / 39.97306; -107.63833
  elevation
6,932 ft (2,113 m)
Basin features
Progression WhiteGreenColorado

The North Fork White River is a 33.0-mile-long (53.1 km) [2] tributary of the White River. The river's source is Wall Lake in the Flat Tops Wilderness Area of Garfield County, Colorado. It joins with the South Fork White River in Rio Blanco County to form the White River.

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References

  1. "North Fork White River". Geographic Names Information System . United States Geological Survey . Retrieved 2011-01-28.
  2. U.S. Geological Survey. National Hydrography Dataset high-resolution flowline data. The National Map, accessed March 18, 2011