Dupuyer Creek facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsDupuyer Creek
|Country||Teton and Pondera counties in Montana|
|Main source||48°05′37″N 112°41′30″W / 48.09361°N 112.69167°W|
|River mouth||3,704 feet (1,129 m)
48°18′07″N 112°20′07″W / 48.30194°N 112.33528°W
|River system||Missouri River|
Dupuyer Creek is a tributary of Birch Creek in northwestern Montana in the United States.
It rises at the confluence of the South Fork, Middle Fork and North Fork in the Lewis and Clark National Forest east of the continental divide in northwestern Teton County at an elevation near 4750 feet. It flows northwest into Pondera County, past Dupuyer, and joins Birch Creek in Pondera County 3 mi (4.8 km) west of Valier.
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