Renaico River

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Renaico River
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Country Chile
Basin features
River mouth Vergara River
Physical characteristics
Length 130 km (81 mi)[1]

Renaico River is a Chilean river that, along all its length, straddles the border between the regions of Bío Bío and La Araucanía.[2] Renaico River rises from the northwest flank of Cordillera de Pemehue, a western spur of the Andes Mountains, north of Tolhuaca volcano. In its upper course, the river parallels the east and north border of Malleco National Reserve. The river terminates approximately 7 km downstream from the city of Renaico, where it joins the Vergara River.[1]

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