Chatanika River

The Chatanika River is a 128-mile tributary of the Tolovana River in the U.S. state of . The Chatanika River is a clear or lightly tannic stained rapid-runoff stream that has its headwaters in the White Mountains and flows westward through valleys between summits and uplands for about four-fifths of its length before it enters Minto Flats.
65.0767° or 65° 4' 36" north
-149.2772° or 149° 16' 38" west
Open Location Code
302 feet (92 metres)
Geo­Names ID

Also Known As

  • Catalan: Chatanika
  • Cebuano: Chatanika River
  • Dutch: Chatanika River
  • Egyptian Spoken Arabic: نهر شاتانيكا
  • French: Chatanika
  • French: Chatanika (rivière)
  • German: Chatanika River
  • Irish: Abhainn Chatanika
  • Welsh: Afon Chatanika
  • Chataneka River
  • Chatinka River
  • Tolovana River

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