Little Cold River

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The Little Cold River at Route 113B in Stow, Maine

The Little Cold River is a 3.9-mile (6.3 km) long river in western Maine in the United States, flowing through the foothills of the White Mountains.[1] It is a tributary of the Cold River, part of the Saco River watershed.

The river begins in Chatham, New Hampshire at the junction of McDonough Brook and Watson Brook, in the easternmost part of the White Mountain National Forest in New Hampshire. Flowing east, the river leaves the national forest and enters Maine after only one-half mile. Turning more southeast, the river passes through the town of Stow, reaching the Cold River one mile upstream from the latter river's end at Charles Pond in Fryeburg.

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Coordinates: 44°09′10″N 70°58′07″W / 44.1528°N 70.9687°W / 44.1528; -70.9687