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Fier (river)

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River mouth  Rhone 255 m (837 ft)
Length  72 km
Country  France
Basin size  1,380 km (530 sq mi)
Mouth  Rhône
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Main source  Manigod 1,800 m (5,900 ft)
Progression  Rhône→ Mediterranean Sea
Discharge  Average rate: 41.2 m/s (1,450 cu ft/s)
Similar  Alps, Thiou, Gorges du Fier, Lake Annecy, La Tournette

The Fier (French: le Fier) is a 71.9 km (44.7 mi) long river in the Haute-Savoie and Savoie départements, southeastern France. Its source is at Manigod, in the Aravis Range. It flows generally west. It is a left tributary of the Rhone into which it flows at Seyssel.


Map of Le Fier, France

The Chéran is among its tributaries.

Départements and communes along its courseEdit

This list is ordered from source to mouth:

  • Haute-Savoie: Manigod, Les Clefs, Thônes, La Balme-de-Thuy, Alex, Dingy-Saint-Clair, Annecy-le-Vieux, Nâves-Parmelan, Villaz, Argonay, Pringy, Metz-Tessy, Meythet, Annecy, Cran-Gevrier, Poisy, Chavanod, Lovagny, Étercy, Vaulx, Hauteville-sur-Fier, Sales, Vallières, Rumilly, Moye, Lornay, Val-de-Fier,
  • Savoie: Motz
  • Haute-Savoie: Seyssel
  • References

    Fier (river) Wikipedia

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