Guil

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Guil
Whitewater - 'triple step' on the river Guil in French Alps.jpg
The Guil.
Country France
Basin features
Main source Ristolas
2,510 m (8,230 ft)
44°41′14″N 07°03′56″E / 44.68722°N 7.06556°E / 44.68722; 7.06556
River mouth Durance
875 m (2,871 ft)
44°40′01″N 06°36′05″E / 44.66694°N 6.60139°E / 44.66694; 6.60139Coordinates: 44°40′01″N 06°36′05″E / 44.66694°N 6.60139°E / 44.66694; 6.60139
Progression DuranceRhôneMediterranean Sea
Basin size 630 km2 (240 sq mi)
Physical characteristics
Length 51.6 km (32.1 mi)
Discharge
  • Average rate:
    17 m3/s (600 cu ft/s)

The Guil (French: le Guil) is a 51.6-kilometre (32.1 mi) long river in the Hautes-Alpes département, southeastern France. Its source is several small streams which converge into the lake Lestio, at Ristolas. It flows generally west, through the Queyras. It is a left tributary of the Durance into which it flows at Guillestre.

Communes along its course[edit]

This list is ordered from source to mouth: Ristolas, Abriès, Aiguilles, Château-Ville-Vieille, Arvieux, Eygliers, Guillestre

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