Feather Canyon

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For the canyon of the Feather River that is the location of Oroville Dam that forms Lake Oroville[1], see Feather River Canyon.
Feather Canyon
Location California, United States
Geography
Population centers Pulga, Keddie
Traversed by California State Route 70, Feather River Route

The Feather Canyon is a 42 mi (68 km) landform in the Feather Headwaters between Pulga, California (west) and Keddie, California (east) along portions of the North Fork Feather River (west & downstream) and the East Branch North Fork Feather River (east & upstream). The canyon is the location of portions of California State Route 70 and the Feather River Route, including the Tobin Bridges.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Gascoyne, Tom (July 12, 2001). "Empty Promise". Retrieved 2010-12-01. "A 12-car train took the guests up the Feather River Canyon to where the dam was to sit. There Gov. Goodwin Knight gave a short speech hailing the historic importance of what was to transpire on that very ground" 
  2. ^ Oxlade, John (31 December 2003). "Out-n-About - The Feather River Canyon,[sic) California, USA". WorldRailFans.info. Retrieved 2010-09-11. "the actual "canyon" portion petween Pulga and Keddie is only approx. 42 miles"