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Sans Sault Rapids

The Sans Sault Rapids are a navigational impediment on Canadas Mackenzie River, in the Northwest Territories. The river narrows, and takes a tight turn north, near the rivers confluence with the Mountain River, near mile 630. Barry Gough, in his ...

Tongariro River

The Tongariro River is a river in the North Island of New Zealand. The part of the Waikato River from the Waihohonu Stream, down to Lake Taupo, was formerly named the Tongariro River in 1945. The river originates in the Central Plateau of the Nor ...

Amberjackmockamus

Amberjackmockamus is a rapid on the West Branch Penobscot River in Maine, United States. Big Amberjackmockamus Falls is one of New Englands most popular fishing and rafting areas. In some references, spelling Ambejackmockamus without R. for examp ...

Boxcar Rapids

The rapids were named the Boxcar Rapids in 1954, when a train on the Oregon Trunk Line of the Spokane, Portland and Seattle Railway turned a curve in the railroad and hit a rock slide. The engine hit it hard, derailing all three locomotives and a ...

Frog Woman Rock

Frog Woman Rock is a distinctive volcanic monolith located in Mendocino County, California, in the Russian River canyon through the California Coast Ranges. The California Historical Landmark, adjacent to US Route 101, is a popular recreational s ...

Great Falls (Catawba River)

The Great Falls of the Catawba River mark the point at which the river encounters a series of rapids while coursing across the Piedmont Plateau on the border of Lancaster County, South Carolina, and Chester County, South Carolina, near the town o ...

Great Falls (Potomac River)

Great Falls is a series of rapids and waterfalls on the Potomac River, 14 miles upstream from Washington, D.C., on the border of Montgomery County, Maryland and Fairfax County, Virginia. Great Falls Park, operated by the National Park Service, is ...

Little Falls (Potomac River)

Little Falls is an area of rapids located where the Potomac River crosses the Atlantic Seaboard fall line, descending from the harder and older rocks of the Piedmont Plateau to the softer sediments of the Atlantic coastal plain. Situated at the p ...

Look and Tremble

Look and Tremble, sometimes known as Look and Tremble Shoals, or Look and Tremble Falls, is a shoal or rapids and swimming hole on the Chipola River in the United States state of Florida. It lies south of the County Road 274 crossing of the Chipo ...

Narrows of the Green

The Narrows of the Green is a 2.9-mile section of the Green River, in Henderson County and Polk County, between the Big Hungry creek confluence and the Fishtop access area, in western North Carolina, United States. It is roughly 35 miles south of ...

Pony Pasture Rapids

Pony Pasture Rapids is a section of the James River Park System that runs alongside the City of Richmond, VA. Nestled on the south bank of the James River downstream from the Huguenot Bridge, Pony Pasture is known for its local attractions of hik ...

Priest Rapids

Priest Rapids was a narrow, fast-flowing stretch of the Columbia River, located in the central region of the U.S. state of Washington. It was flooded by the construction of the Priest Rapids Dam in the 1950s. Before the construction of dams, rive ...

Aberfeldy River

Formed by the confluence of the North and South branches of the river, the Aberfeldy River rises in a state forestry area below Mount Selma on part of the Great Dividing Range. The river flows generally southwest then south, joined by two minor t ...

Caledonia River

The Caledonia River rises below Minogues Lookout within the Snowy Range of the Great Dividing Range. The river flows generally south then south by west and then south, joined by the five tributaries including the Caledonia River East Branch which ...

Carey River

The Carey River rises below Nre Surveyors Creek Camp within the Snowy Range of the Great Dividing Range. The river flows through parts of the Alpine National Park, generally south by west, joined by one minor tributary, before reaching its conflu ...

Crooked River (Victoria)

Formed by the confluence of the Twenty Five Mile Creek and Thirty Mile Creek, the Crooked River rises below The Tablelands, the fourth highest mountain pass in Victoria, within the Great Dividing Range, south of Dinner Plain. The river flows in a ...

Dargo River

The Dargo River is a perennial river of the Mitchell River catchment, located in the Alpine and East Gippsland regions of the Australian state of Victoria.

Dinner Plain, Victoria

Dinner Plain is a town in Victoria, Australia, located on the Great Alpine Road, 13 kilometres from Mount Hotham Alpine Resort, and 375 kilometres from Melbourne. At the 2016 census, Dinner Plain had a population of 230, yet has over 200 lodges a ...

Dolodrook River

The Dolodrook River rises below Gable End within the Snowy Range of the Great Dividing Range. The river flows through parts of the Alpine National Park, generally west, then west by north, then north, before reaching its confluence with the Welli ...

Dry River (Victoria)

The Dry River rises below Minogues Lookout, part of the Great Dividing Range, approximately midway between Eildon and Omeo in the Alpine National Park. The river flows generally north by east, before reaching its confluence with the Wonnangatta R ...

Humffray River

Formed by the confluence of the Humffray River West Branch and Humffray River East Branch, the Humffray River rises below the Tea Tree Range within the Great Dividing Range, northeast of the Wonnangatta River Reference Area and flows generally so ...

Jordan River (Victoria)

The Jordan River rises near The Springs, south of Woods Point, part of the Great Dividing Range. The headwaters drain a marginal area of the Big River State Forest near Jordan Gap, Jordan Cutting and McAdam Gap. The river flows generally south by ...

Little Dargo River

The Little Dargo River rises below the Gow Plain, part of the Great Dividing Range, southwest of Dinner Plain in the Alpine National Park. The river flows generally south by east, joined by one minor tributary before reaching its confluence with ...

Little River (Moroka River, Victoria)

The Little River rises below Castle Hill, part of the Moroka Range within the Great Dividing Range, north of Avon Wilderness Park and flows generally northwest, before reaching its confluence with the Moroka River in remote country south of the M ...

Moroka River

The Moroka River rises below Picture Point near Mount Wellington on the Great Dividing Range, north of Avon Wilderness Park. This river flows generally east, then northeast, then north, then in a highly meandering course generally northwest, then ...

Mount Buller (Victoria)

Mount Buller is a mountain in the Victorian Alps of the Great Dividing Range, located in the Australian state of Victoria. It has an elevation of 1.805 metres AHD,

Mount Buller, Victoria

Mount Buller is a town located in the Shire of Mansfield in the Alpine region of the Australian state of Victoria. The town is located approximately 208 kilometres east of Melbourne on the slopes of Mount Buller. Mount Buller is primarily a resor ...

Mount Donna Buang

Mount Donna Buang is a mountain in the southern reaches of the Victorian Alps of the Great Dividing Range, located in the Australian state of Victoria. Approximately 80 kilometres from Melbourne with an elevation of 1.250 metres, Mount Donna Buan ...

Mount Selma

Mount Selma is a mountain located to the north-east of Aberfeldy in Victoria, Australia. Its peak is 1463 metres above sea level. The headwaters of the Aberfeldy River rise on its southerly slopes.

Mount Stirling

Mount Stirling is a mountain in the Victorian Alps of the Great Dividing Range, located in the Hume region of Victoria, Australia. The mountain has an elevation of 1.747–1.749 metres above sea level. Mount Stirling is also an abbreviation of the ...

Mount Mueller (Victoria)

Mount Mueller is a mountain of the Great Dividing Range, located in Victoria, Australia. Mount Mueller has an elevation of 1.460 metres AHD.

Nicholson River (Victoria)

The Nicholson River rises below the Angora Range in the lower reaches of the Victorian Alps within the Great Dividing Range, near the small settlement of Marthavale, west of Ensay. The river flows generally southeast passing through the small tow ...

Swamp Creek (Mitchell, East Gippsland, Victoria)

Swamp Creek is a perennial stream of the Mitchell River catchment, located in the Alpine and East Gippsland regions of the Australian state of Victoria.

Tambo River (Victoria)

The Tambo River or Berrawan is a perennial river of the Mitchell River catchment, located in the East Gippsland region of the Australian state of Victoria. With a total length in excess of 186 kilometres, the Tambo River is one of the longest riv ...

Wellington River

The Wellington River rises below The Sentinels within the Snowy Range of the Great Dividing Range. The river flows through parts of the Alpine National Park and Avon Wilderness Park in a highly meandering course, generally southwest then west, th ...

Wongungarra River

The Wongungarra River rises below Mount Saint Bernard within the Great Dividing Range, west of Dinner Plain and south of both the Great Alpine Road and Mount Hotham. The river flows generally south by east, joined by six tributaries including the ...

Wonnangatta River

The Wonnangatta River is a perennial river of the Mitchell River catchment, located in the Alpine and East Gippsland regions of the Australian state of Victoria.

Dắk Lắk Province

Dắk Lắk) is a province of Vietnam. It is located in Vietnams Central Highlands, and is home to quite a few indigenous ethnic minorities, such as the Rade, the Jarai and the Mnong, among others.

Dắk Nong Province

Dắk Nong borders Dắk Lắk Province in the north, Lam Dồng Province in the south-east, Bình Phước Province and Cambodia in the west. It is located in the southern part of the Central Highlands, about 500m above sea level. The terrain is lower in th ...

Kon Tum Province

Kon Tum Province lies in the Central Highlands region of Vietnam and shares borders with Laos and Cambodia. It has an area of 9.934 square km and a population of approximately 530.000. The economy is primarily agricultural.

Lam Dồng Province

Lam Dồng) is a province located in the Central Highlands region of Vietnam. Its capital is Da Lat. Lam Dồng borders Khanh Hoa Province and Ninh Thuan Province to the east, Dồng Nai Province to the southwest, Bình Thuan Province to the southeast, ...

Bremer Teich

The Bremer Teich is an historic reservoir that lies south of the two villages of Bad Suderode and Gernrode in the Harz Mountains of Germany, and is used as a recreation area. It impounds the Bremer Graben, an artificial channel fed by water from ...

Dicke Tannen

Dicke Tannen is a protected landscape, around 4.2 hectares in area, near the Harz village of HohegeiS, which lies in the borough of Braunlage. It is the site of the mightiest spruce trees in North Germany, the individual trees reaching heights of ...

Hanskuhnenburg

The Hanskuhnenburg is a mountain hut in the Harz mountains. It is located at a height of 811 m above sea level in fields known as Auf dem Acker, or simply Acker, in the middle of the Harz National Park and has its own observation tower. Its name ...

Hexentanzplatz (Harz)

The Hexentanzplatz in the Harz mountains is a plateau), which lies high above the Bode Gorge, opposite the Rosstrappe in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany.

Hubertus Spring

The Hubertus Spring is a "healing spring" in the Harz Mountains of central Germany whose waters contain radon. It rises on Hubertus Island, which is about 2 hectares in area, near Thale, immediately at the exit of the River Bode from the Harz Mou ...

Ilse valley

The Ilse valley is the ravine of the Ilse stream in the northern boundary of the Harz mountain range in Germany. Part of the Harz National Park, it runs from the town of Ilsenburg at the foot of the mountain range up to the source region near the ...

Katzsohlteich

The Katzsohlteich is an artificially impounded reservoir that lies southwest of the town of Guntersberge in the Harz Mountains of central Germany and is used as a preflooder and fishpond. Only a few metres from the pond is the considerably larger ...

Konigsruhe

Konigsruhe is a small settlement in the Bode Gorge in the Harz Mountains of Germany, south of the town of Thale in Saxony-Anhalt.

Selkenfelde

Selkenfelde is an abandoned village in Saxony-Anhalt in the central German district of Harz. It is located not far from the B 242 federal road between Stiege and Guntersberge. According to legend the origins of the village go back to Charlemagne. ...