St. Regis River (Montana)

The St. Regis River is an approximately 32.5-mile (52.3 km) tributary of the Clark Fork of the Columbia River in Montana in the United States. It begins at Lookout Pass on the Idaho/Montana border, flowing east and ends at the confluence with the Clark Fork in the town of St. Regis.[2] Its drainage is 330 square miles (850 km2). The record high flow for the St. Regis River in Montana was recorded on May 19, 1954 at 11,000 cubic feet per second according to USGS gaging data.

Saint Regis River
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The St. Regis River near its mouth
Location
CountryMineral County, Montana
Physical characteristics
Source 
 • coordinates47°25′33″N 115°45′02″W / 47.42583°N 115.75056°W / 47.42583; -115.75056 (Saint Regis River)[1]
Mouth 
 • coordinates
47°17′48″N 115°05′25″W / 47.29667°N 115.09028°W / 47.29667; -115.09028 (Saint Regis River)Coordinates: 47°17′48″N 115°05′25″W / 47.29667°N 115.09028°W / 47.29667; -115.09028 (Saint Regis River)[1]
 • elevation
2,631 ft (802 m)[1]
Length32.5 mi (52.3 km)
Basin size330 sq mi (850 km2)
Basin features
River systemColumbia River

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  1. ^ a b c "Saint Regis River". Geographic Names Information System. United States Geological Survey.
  2. ^ Google maps