Salmon River Mountains
geographical name mountains central Idaho; many peaks over 9000 feet (2743 meters)

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  • Salmon River Mountains — a range in central Idaho. Highest peak, 10,340 ft. (3150 m). * * * …   Universalium

  • Salmon River Mountains — Salm′on Riv′er Moun′tains n. pl. geg a range in central Idaho. Highest peak, 10,340 ft. (3150 m) …   From formal English to slang

  • Salmon River Mountains — a range in central Idaho. Highest peak, 10,340 ft. (3150 m) …   Useful english dictionary

  • Salmon River — River, central Idaho, U.S. It flows northeast past the town of Salmon, where it is joined by the Lemhi River, and then northwest to join the Snake River south of the Idaho Oregon Washington border. It is about 420 mi (676 km) long. It is the… …   Universalium

  • Salmon River (Idaho) — Coordinates: 45°51′23″N 116°47′37″W / 45.85639°N 116.79361°W / 45.85639; 116.79361 …   Wikipedia

  • Salmon River (Idaho) — Salmon River Blick nach Osten entlang des Salmon River etwa 20 Kilometer östlich von RigginsVorlage:Infobox Fluss/KARTE fehlt …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Salmon River (Kobuk River) — Salmon River Gewässerkennzahl US: 1413907 Lage Northwest Arctic Borough, Alaska Flusssystem …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Salmon River (California) — The Salmon River is a major tributary to the Klamath River in western Siskiyou County, California. The river has its origins in the high mountains of the Trinity Alps, Russian Mountains, and Marble Mountains (all sub ranges of the larger Klamath… …   Wikipedia

  • Salmon River (Clackamas County, Oregon) — [ Wildwood Recreation Site, less than two miles (3 km) before its mouth.] The Salmon River is a 33.9 mile (55 km) river in Oregon s Cascade Range and drains a portion of southwestern Mount Hood.The entire length of the river is protected National …   Wikipedia

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