Glady Fork is a 31.9-mile-long (51.3 km) river in eastern West Virginia in the United States. It is considered one of the five principal headwaters tributaries of the Cheat River.
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... The Glady Fork is a tributary of the Dry Fork via the Dry Fork, the Black Fork, and the Cheat, Monongahela and Ohio rivers, it is part of the watershed of the Mississippi River, draining an area of 64 square ... With the Dry Fork, the Laurel Fork, the Shavers Fork and the Blackwater River, it is considered one of the five principal headwaters tributaries of the Cheat ... The Glady Fork is formed at the community of Glady in Randolph County by the confluence of two short northward-flowing streams known as East Fork Glady Fork and West Fork ...
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