Cold River (Vermont)

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Cold River
River
Country United States
State Vermont
Counties Rutland
Towns/Cities Shrewsbury, Clarendon, Rutland (town)
Source
 - location Shrewsbury, Vermont
 - elevation 2,120 ft (646 m)
 - coordinates 43°32′30″N 72°48′43″W / 43.54164°N 72.81198°W / 43.54164; -72.81198
Mouth Otter Creek
 - location Rutland (town), Vermont
 - elevation 530 ft (162 m)
 - coordinates 43°34′23″N 72°59′11″W / 43.57312°N 72.98630°W / 43.57312; -72.98630Coordinates: 43°34′23″N 72°59′11″W / 43.57312°N 72.98630°W / 43.57312; -72.98630
Length 20.7 km (13 mi)

The Cold River is a 12.9-mile-long (20.8 km)[1] tributary of Otter Creek in Rutland County, Vermont, in the United States.

The Cold River rises northeast of North Shrewsbury in the Coolidge Range, part of the Green Mountains. It flows southwest through North Shrewsbury, then turns northwest to the town line with Clarendon, where it turns west and flows through the village of North Clarendon. It reaches Otter Creek 1 mile (2 km) west of North Clarendon, just north of the Rutland town line.

The Cold River is crossed by the Appalachian Trail and by U.S. Route 7.

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  1. ^ U.S. Geological Survey. National Hydrography Dataset high-resolution flowline data. The National Map Archived 2012-04-05 at WebCite, accessed December 9, 2011