Mancos River

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Mancos River[1]
Four Corners, Southwestern U.S.jpg
Mancos River, San Juan River confluence (Four Corners)
(Carrizo Mountains at southwest)
Origin Confluence of West Mancos River and East Mancos River
37°21′30″N 108°15′12″W / 37.35833°N 108.25333°W / 37.35833; -108.25333
Mouth Confluence with San Juan
36°59′00″N 108°58′50″W / 36.98333°N 108.98056°W / 36.98333; -108.98056Coordinates: 36°59′00″N 108°58′50″W / 36.98333°N 108.98056°W / 36.98333; -108.98056
Progression San JuanColorado
Mouth elevation 4,639 ft (1,414 m)

The Mancos River is an 85.4-mile-long (137.4 km)[2] northeast tributary of the San Juan River. It flows from the confluence of West Mancos River and East Mancos River near Mancos, Colorado and joins the San Juan near Four Corners Monument in New Mexico.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Mancos River". Geographic Names Information System, U.S. Geological Survey. Retrieved 2011-01-29. 
  2. ^ U.S. Geological Survey. National Hydrography Dataset high-resolution flowline data. The National Map, accessed March 21, 2011

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