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West Kettle River

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- elevation  1,974 m (6,476 ft)
- elevation  625 m (2,051 ft)
Discharge  9.24 m³/s
Mouth  Kettle River
- location  Westbridge
- average  9.24 m/s (326 cu ft/s)
Source  St Margaret Lake
Province  British Columbia
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- location  North of Big White Ski Resort
- max  198 m/s (6,992 cu ft/s)

The West Kettle River is a tributary of the Kettle River in the Canadian province of British Columbia. It is part of the Columbia River basin, as the Kettle River is a tributary of the Columbia River.

CourseEdit

The West Kettle River originates in St Margaret Lake the mountains east of Kelowna, near Jubilee Mountain. The river flows generally south, joining the Kettle River near the community of Westbridge.

References

West Kettle River Wikipedia


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