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Mariposa Creek

Mariposa Creek, originally called the Mariposa River, is a creek that has its source in Mariposa County, California. It flows through the town of Mariposa then southwest through the Sierra foothills, into and across the San Joaquin Valley in Merc ...

                                               

Middle Fork Feather River

The Middle Fork Feather River is a major river in Plumas and Butte Counties in the U.S. state of California. Nearly 100 miles long, it drains about 1.062 square miles of the rugged northern Sierra Nevada range. It rises near the business, formed ...

                                               

Middle Yuba River

The Middle Yuba River is one of the three main forks of the Yuba River in Northern California in the United States. The river rises at the crest of the Sierra Nevada, and flows generally west through canyons to join the North Yuba River near Nort ...

                                               

Mill Creek (Mono Lake)

Mill Creek is a 14.5-mile-long perennial stream that flows east from the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range into Mono Lake, in Mono County, California. It courses through Lundy Canyon and Lundy Lake, before passing through Mono City, California on its ...

                                               

Mokelumne River

The Mokelumne River is a 95-mile -long river in northern California in the United States. The river flows west from a rugged portion of the central Sierra Nevada into the Central Valley and ultimately the Sacramento–San Joaquin River Delta, where ...

                                               

Morgan Creek (California)

Morgan Creek is a 4.1-mile-long stream in Mono and Inyo counties of eastern California, in the western United States. This follows from the high Eastern Sierra Nevada in Inyo national forest, through round valley, to its confluence with pine Cree ...

                                               

North Fork American River

The North Fork American River is the longest branch of the American River in Northern California. It is 88 miles long from its source at the crest of the Sierra Nevada, near Lake Tahoe, to its mouth at Folsom Lake northeast of Sacramento. Prior t ...

                                               

Oak Creek (Owens River)

Oak Creek is a tributary stream of the Owens River, in Inyo County, California. Its mouth lies at and elevation of 3.924 feet / 1.196 meters, 2.2 miles north northwest of Independence, California. Its source is at the confluence of South Fork Oak ...

                                               

Owens River

The Owens River is a river in eastern California in the United States, approximately 183 miles long. It drains into and through the Owens Valley, an arid basin between the eastern slope of the Sierra Nevada and the western faces of the Inyo and W ...

                                               

Poso Creek

Poso Creek or Posey Creek is an 87.9-mile intermittent stream in Kern County, California. The upper Poso Creek is in the mountains of the Sierra Nevada and Sequoia national Park, at altitudes up to 2.400 m 8.000 ft 50 ft 15 m lance Creek falls is ...

                                               

Rock Creek (Owens River tributary)

Rock Creek is a stream that flows from the high Eastern Sierra Nevada to the Owens River in Mono County of eastern California. The upper watershed is in the John Muir Wilderness of the Sierra and Inyo National Forests.

                                               

Rubicon River (California)

The Rubicon River is a major tributary of the Middle Fork American River in the Sierra Nevada of Northern California, west of Lake Tahoe. Its length is 60 miles with a watershed of about 184 square miles. The rivers headwaters are in the Crystal ...

                                               

Rush Creek (Mono County, California)

Rush Creek is a 27.2-mile-long creek in California on the eastern slope of the Sierra Nevada, running east and then northeast to Mono Lake. Rush Creek is the largest stream in the Mono Basin, carrying 41% of the total runoff. It was extensively d ...

                                               

South Fork Kern River

The South Fork Kern River is a tributary of the Kern River in the Sierra Nevada of the U.S. state of California. It is one of the southernmost rivers on the western slope of the mountains, and drains a high, relatively dry plateau country of 982 ...

                                               

South Fork Merced River

The South Fork Merced River is the largest tributary of the Merced River. Most of the river flows within Yosemite National Park in the Sierra Nevada of California. The river is 43 miles long, and its drainage basin covers about 240 square miles, ...

                                               

South Yuba River

The 65.0-mile-long South Yuba River is a left-entering tributary of the Yuba River originating in the northern Sierra Nevada at Lake Angela in Nevada County about three quarters of a mile north of Donner Pass, about three miles east of the town o ...

                                               

Stanislaus River

The Stanislaus River is a tributary of the San Joaquin River in north-central California in the United States. The main stem of the river is 96 miles long, and measured to its furthest headwaters it is about 150 miles long. Originating as three f ...

                                               

Middle Fork Stanislaus River

The Middle Fork Stanislaus River is a 45.7-mile tributary of the Stanislaus River in the central Sierra Nevada and Stanislaus National Forest of eastern California.

                                               

North Fork Stanislaus River

The North Fork Stanislaus River is a 31.2-mile tributary of the Stanislaus River in the central Sierra Nevada and Stanislaus National Forest of eastern California.

                                               

Stockton Creek

Stockton Creek is a tributary of Mariposa Creek in Mariposa County, California. It was named after Robert F. Stockton who owned a mine and stamp mill during the California Gold Rush. An impoundment on the creek owned by the Mariposa Public Utilit ...

                                               

Susan River (California)

The Susan River is a northeastern California river of approximately 67 miles length that drains from an arid plateau of volcanic highlands along the Great Basin Divide to intermittent Honey Lake. The river flows from eastern Lassen County from ea ...

                                               

Tillie Creek

Tillie Creek is a tributary of the North Fork of the Kern River, in the Southern Sierra Nevada, Kern County, California. With the Kern river was dammed in the valley of the Kern river, the streams mouth now in the lake Isabella reservoir in Woffo ...

                                               

Truckee River

The Truckee River is a river in the U.S. states of California and Nevada. The river flows northeasterly and is 121 miles long. The Truckee is the sole outlet of Lake Tahoe and drains part of the high Sierra Nevada, emptying into Pyramid Lake in t ...

                                               

Tule River

The Tule River, also called Rio de San Pedro or Rio San Pedro, is a 71.4-mile river in Tulare County in the U.S. state of California. The river originates in the Sierra Nevada east of Porterville and consists of three forks, North, Middle and Sou ...

                                               

Tuolumne River

The Tuolumne River flows for 149 miles through Central California, from the high Sierra Nevada to join the San Joaquin River in the Central Valley. Originating at over 8.000 feet above sea level in Yosemite National Park, the Tuolumne drains a ru ...

                                               

Upper Truckee River

The Upper Truckee River is a stream that flows northward from the western slope of Red Lake Peak in Alpine County, California to Lake Tahoe via the Truckee Marsh in South Lake Tahoe, California. The river flows northeasterly and is 23 miles long. ...

                                               

Yosemite Creek

The creeks headwaters are at the Grant Lakes 37.90103°N 119.54072°W  / 37.90103, -119.54072, and it flows southwest to drop 2.425 feet 739 m over Yosemite Falls to Yosemite Valley, then flows southeast to its mouth at the Merced River, just sout ...

                                               

Yuba River

The Yuba River is a tributary of the Feather River in the Sierra Nevada and eastern Sacramento Valley, in the U.S. state of California. The main stem of the river is about 40 miles long, and its headwaters are split into three major forks. The Yu ...

                                               

Partizione delle Alpi

The Partizione delle Alpi is a classification of the mountain ranges of the Alps, that is primarily used in Italian literature, but also in France and Switzerland. It was devised in 1926. This system of classification involves the separation of t ...

                                               

SOIUSA

SOIUSA is a proposal for a new classification system of the Alps from the geographic and toponomastic point of view. It was designed by Sergio Marazzi, Italian researcher and author of the Orographic Atlas of the Alps SOIUSA. His book was present ...

                                               

Eastern Alps

Eastern Alps is the name given to the eastern half of the Alps, usually defined as the area east of a line from Lake Constance and the Alpine Rhine valley up to the Splugen Pass at the Alpine divide and down the Liro River to Lake Como in the sou ...

                                               

Western Alps

The Western Alps are the western part of the Alpine range including the southeastern part of France, the whole of Monaco, the northwestern part of Italy and the southwestern part of Switzerland. In the southeast the range is bounded by the Italia ...

                                               

Central Eastern Alps

The Central Eastern Alps, also referred to as Austrian Central Alps or just Central Alps comprise the main chain of the Eastern Alps in Austria and the adjacent regions of Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Italy and Slovenia. The term "Central Alps" is ...

                                               

Adelegg

The Adelegg is a forested, mountain range, up to 1.129 m above sea level and 112 km² in area, which is part of the northern foothills of the Alps, within the Westallgau in the south German districts of Ravensburg and Oberallgau.

                                               

Aiguilles Rouges

The Aiguilles Rouges are a crystalline mountainous massif of the French Prealps, opposite the Mont Blanc Massif. The colour of the iron rich gneiss mountains gives the range its name. The highest summit is the Aiguille du Belvedere at 2.965 metre ...

                                               

Albula Alps

The Albula Alps are a mountain range in the Alps of eastern Switzerland. They are considered to be part of the Central Eastern Alps, more specifically the Western Rhaetian Alps. They are named after the river Albula. The Albula Alps are separated ...

                                               

Allgau Alps

The Allgau Alps are a mountain range in the Northern Limestone Alps, located in Bavaria in Germany and Tyrol and Vorarlberg in Austria. The range lies directly east of Lake Constance.

                                               

Ambin group

Administratively the range is divided between the Italian provincia di Torino southern slopes and the French departement de la Savoie northern slopes. The boundaries of the group Ambin clockwise: Torrente Rochemolles, Dora Riparia and Cenischia s ...

                                               

Ammergau Alps

The Ammergau Alps are a mountain range in the Northern Limestone Alps in the states of Bavaria and Tyrol. They cover an area of about 30 x 30 km and begin at the outer edge of the Alps. The highest summit is the Daniel which has a height of 2.340 ...

                                               

Ankogel Group

The Ankogel Group is a sub-group of the Central Eastern Alps. Together with the Goldberg Group, the Glockner Group, the Schober Group, the Kreuzeck Group, the Granatspitze Group, the Venediger Group, the Villgraten Mountains and the Rieserferner ...

                                               

Appenzell Alps

The Appenzell Alps are a mountain range in Switzerland on the northern edge of the Alps. They extend into the cantons of Appenzell Ausserrhoden, Appenzell Innerrhoden and St. Gallen and are bordered by the Glarus Alps to the west and the Ratikon ...

                                               

Aravis Range

The Aravis is a mountain range in Savoie and Haute-Savoie, eastern France. It is part of the French Prealps, a lower chain of mountain ranges west of the main chain of the Alps. Its highest summit is the Pointe Percee, at 2753m. The orientation o ...

                                               

Arnspitze Group

The Arnspitze Group is a free-standing mountain chain in Austrian and Germany, in the states of Tyrol and Bavaria, between Seefeld in Tirol and Mittenwald, and between the Leutasch valley in the west and the Isar valley near Scharnitz in the east ...

                                               

Monte Baldo

Monte Baldo is a mountain range in the Italian Alps, located in the provinces of Trento and Verona. Its ridge spans mainly northeast-southwest, and is bounded from south by the highland ending at Caprino Veronese, from west by Lake Garda, from no ...

                                               

Bauges

The Bauges Mountains is a mountain range in eastern France, stretching from the city of Annecy to the city of Chambery, which is part of the French Prealps.

                                               

Bavarian Alps

Bavarian Alps is a summarizing term of several mountain ranges of the Northern Limestone Alps in the German state of Bavaria.

                                               

Bavarian Prealps

The Bavarian Prealps are a mountain range within the Northern Limestone Alps in south Germany. They include the Bavarian Prealp region between the river Loisach to the west and the river Inn to the east, the range is about 80 kilometres long and ...

                                               

Belledonne

Belledonne is a mountain range in the Dauphine Alps in southeast France. The southern end of the range forms the eastern wall of the mountains that surround the city of Grenoble. The range is the spectacular scenery it provides the inhabitants of ...

                                               

Berchtesgaden Alps

The Berchtesgaden Alps are a mountain range of the Northern Limestone Alps, named after the market town of Berchtesgaden located in the centre. The central part belongs to the Berchtesgadener Land district of southeastern Bavaria, Germany, while ...

                                               

Bergamasque Alps

The Bergamasque Alps or Bergamo Alps are a mountain range in the Italian Alps. They are located in northern Lombardy and named after the city Bergamo, south of the mountains. Within the Eastern Alps, the Alpine Club or AVE system places them with ...

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