Canyon Creek

Canyon Creek may refer to:

  • Canyon Creek, Texas, a neighborhood in Austin
  • Canyon Creek (California), in Nevada County, a tributary of the Yuba River
  • Canyon Creek (Montana), a creek
  • Canyon Creek (Oregon), a creek
  • Canyon Creek, Yukon, a small outpost located on the Alaska Highway, YT Canada

Other articles related to "creek, canyon, canyon creek, canyons":

Aliso Creek (Orange County) - Course
... Aliso Creek rises in the foothills of the Santa Ana Mountains, near the community of Portola Hills, part of Lake Forest, and at the boundary of the ... The Loma Ridge rises about 1,500 feet (460 m) above the creek's headwaters, which are at an elevation of 2,300 feet (700 m) ... There is no pond, lake or spring at the creek's ultimate source it starts out as a small seasonal gully that courses southwards through a small valley with relatively little development ...
San Juan Creek - Course
... San Juan Creek begins high in the Santa Ana Mountains southwest of Lake Elsinore, at the head of the steep and narrow San Juan Canyon, at roughly 1,690 feet (520 m) in ... It is joined by Hot Springs Creek and Cold Springs Creek on the right bank, while Lucas Canyon Creek meets it on the left ... Once out of the mountains, San Juan Creek proceeds to meander through a broad and shallow farming and ranching valley underlain by thick alluvial deposits ...
Laguna Canyon - Geography and Geology - The Creek
... Laguna Canyon Creek begins as an ephemeral creek that drops from a mountainside west of the valley floor down into the canyon ... It crosses under CA State Route 133 (Laguna Canyon Rd.) and enters a series of box culverts before spilling into a tree-lined channel ... It soon passes the Laguna Lakes and receives Little Sycamore Canyon from the right this creek drains a narrow side canyon which runs about 2 miles (3.2 km) eastward ...
Battle Of Canyon Creek - The Battle
... The one passage through the cliffs was Canyon Creek ... Following the creek upstream through open country, about five miles from the Yellowstone the cliffs close in on either side and the creek splits into ... The canyons are separated by steep flat-topped ridges 300 to 500 feet (100 to 160 mts) high ...

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