Hășdate River

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Hășdate
River
Hăşdate Gorge.jpg
The Hășdate Gorge between Cheile Turzii and Corneşti
Countries Romania
Counties Cluj County
Tributaries
 - left Dumbrava Filei, Micuș
Villages Hăşdate, Ciurila, Petreștii de Jos
Mouth Arieș
 - location Corneşti
 - coordinates 46°31′34″N 23°41′10″E / 46.526°N 23.686°E / 46.526; 23.686Coordinates: 46°31′34″N 23°41′10″E / 46.526°N 23.686°E / 46.526; 23.686
Length 32 km (20 mi)
Basin 213 km2 (82 sq mi)
Progression ArieșMureșTiszaDanubeBlack Sea

The Hășdate (also: Hăjdate, in Hungarian: Hesdát-patak) is a small river in the Apuseni Mountains, Cluj County, western Romania. It is a left tributary of the river Arieș. It flows through the municipalities Săvădisla, Ciurila and Petreștii de Jos, and joins the Arieș at Corneşti, near Turda. It is fed by several smaller streams, including Dumbrava Filei, Săliște, Micuş, Negoteasa, Livada and Petridul. It formed the Cheile Turzii, a narrow river gorge.

References[edit]

  • Administrația Națională Apelor Române - Cadastrul Apelor - București
  • Institutul de Meteorologie și Hidrologie - Rîurile României - București 1971
  • Capitolul 3 Apa [1][permanent dead link]
  • Trasee turistice - județul Cluj [2]

Maps[edit]

  • Harta județului Cluj [3]
  • Harta Munții Apuseni [4]
  • Harta Munții Trascău [5]