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The Medicine Bow River

The Medicine Bow River is a tributary of the North Platte River, approximately 195 mi (314 km) long, in southern Wyoming in the United States.


It rises in the Medicine Bow Mountains, northwest of Medicine Bow Peak in southeastern Carbon County. It flows north, past Elk Mountain, then northeast, then northwest past the town of Medicine Bow and between the Shirley Mountains to the north and the Medicine Bow Mountains to the south. It joins the North Platte in the Seminoe Reservoir, with the lower 10 mi (16 km) of the river forming an arm of the reservoir.


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Medicine Bow River - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (132 words)
The Medicine Bow River is a tributary of the North Platte River, approximately 195 mi (314 km) long, in southern Wyoming in the United States.
It rises in the Medicine Bow Mountains, northwest of Medicine Bow Peak in southeastern Carbon County.
It flows north, past Elk Mountain, then northeast, then northwest past the town of Medicine Bow and between the Shirley Mountains to the north and the Medicine Bow Mountains to the south.
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