Top 10 Rivers in US
Illinois River: is a tributary of the Rogue River in Oregon. It is about 56 miles (90km) long, draining part of the Klamath Mountains in northern California and southwestern Oregon.
Klamath River: is the second largest river in California. Though the upper basin is used for farming and ranching, most of the lower basin remains wild.
Gauley River:With all the beautiful scenery, expansive whitewater areas, and over 100 technical Class III-V rapids, the Gauley River in West Virginia offers the ultimate whitewater rafting .
White Salmon River: between Gilmer Creek and Buck Creek were designated as Wild and Scenic before the upper river between the headwaters and the boundary of the Gifford Pinchot National Forest.
Salmon River:Located in Central Idaho in the northwestern United States lies this 104-mile-long river that sits in the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness Area.
Colorado River:With a length of 1,450 miles (2,330km), the Colorado River and its tributaries are a vital source of water for 40 million people.
Niobrara National Scenic River:Located In North-central Nebraska, United States, the Niobrara is home to over 500 plant species and receives around 75,000 visitors annually.
Rio Grande River: forms the border between Texas and Mexico. With a total length of 889 miles to 1,248 miles, it originates from south-central Colorado, descending across steppes to water.
Tuolumne River:Originating at over 8,009 feet above sea level in Yosemite National Park, the Tuolumne River runs for 149 miles from high in the Sierra Nevada through central California.
Rogue River:One of the original eight rivers to receive a designation in the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act of 1968 is the Rogue River located in southwestern Oregon.