North Fork Snake River

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North Fork Snake River[1]
Origin Summit County, Colorado
39°39′45″N 105°52′17″W / 39.66250°N 105.87139°W / 39.66250; -105.87139
Mouth Confluence with Snake
39°36′18″N 105°56′31″W / 39.60500°N 105.94194°W / 39.60500; -105.94194Coordinates: 39°36′18″N 105°56′31″W / 39.60500°N 105.94194°W / 39.60500; -105.94194
Progression SnakeBlueColorado
Mouth elevation 9,350 ft (2,850 m)

The North Fork Snake River is a tributary of the Snake River in central Colorado in the United States. It flows from a source near Loveland Pass to a confluence with the Snake River in Keystone.

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