Rapel River

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Rapel River
Rapel River Downstream Rapel Dam.jpg
The river just downstream of Rapel Dam
Physical characteristics
 ⁃ location
Pacific Ocean
Basin size13,695 km2 (5,288 sq mi)[1]

Rapel River is a river of Chile located in the O'Higgins Region. It begins at the confluence of the rivers Cachapoal and Tinguiririca in an area best known as La Junta. At present day, this area is impounded by Rapel Dam, creating Rapel Lake.

Other tributaries:

  • Estero Alhué
  • Claro de Rengo River(Cachapoal)
  • Claro River(Tinguiririca)
  • Estero Zamorano
  • Estero La Cadena
  • Estero Carén
  • Estero Coya
  • Estero Chimbarongo
  • Pangal River

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