Clover Creek (Bruneau River tributary) facts for kids
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Location of the mouth of Clover Creek in Idaho
|County||Owyhee County, Idaho|
|Main source||Owyhee County, Idaho
5,229 ft (1,594 m)
42°09′28″N 115°12′43″W / 42.15778°N 115.21194°W
|River mouth||Bruneau River
Bruneau – Jarbidge Rivers Wilderness, Owyhee County, Idaho
3,218 ft (981 m)
42°34′35″N 115°38′07″W / 42.57639°N 115.63528°W
|Length||55 mi (89 km)|
Clover Creek (previously East Fork Bruneau River) is a 55-mile (89 km) long tributary of the Bruneau River in the U.S. state of Idaho. Beginning at an elevation of 5,229 feet (1,594 m) in southeastern Owyhee County, it flows generally northwest through East Fork Bruneau Canyon to its mouth in the Bruneau – Jarbidge Rivers Wilderness, at an elevation of 3,218 feet (980.8 m).
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