|Length||170 km (105 mi)|
|Source elevation||1150 m (3770 ft)|
|Mouth elevation||970 m (3180 ft)|
The Aluminé River is a geographical feature of Neuquén Province, Argentina. It flows southward from Lake Aluminé, near the town of Aluminé, for around 170 km (105 mi), past which it becomes a tributary of the Collón Curá River (near Junín de los Andes).
- Rand McNally, The New International Atlas, 1993.
- GEOnet Names Server
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