Ubaye

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Ubaye
Country France
Basin features
Main source Cottian Alps
River mouth Durance
44°28′31″N 6°17′52″E / 44.47528°N 6.29778°E / 44.47528; 6.29778 (Durance-Ubaye)Coordinates: 44°28′31″N 6°17′52″E / 44.47528°N 6.29778°E / 44.47528; 6.29778 (Durance-Ubaye)
Progression DuranceRhôneMediterranean Sea
Physical characteristics
Length 83 km (52 mi)

The Ubaye is a river of southeastern France. It is 83 kilometres (52 mi) long and flows through the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence department.

Its rises at the Col de Longet, in the Cottian Alps on the border with Italy. It flows generally southwest, through Saint-Paul-sur-Ubaye, Jausiers and Barcelonnette. It flows into the Lac de Serre-Ponçon (which is fed and drained by the Durance) near La Bréole.

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