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Colliding Rivers

Colliding Rivers


Roseburg, Oregon

Supposedly this is the only place in North America where two rivers collide head to head. It’s not an impressive photo, but it looks pretty cool in person, it’s just hard to get a good shot of what’s going on from the side I was on. One cool fun fact about the area though.

Taken on: Nov 14, 2006 | 1 Comments
Comment by Eric
From Portland, OR

Hello, I grew up just a 1/2 mile from the Colliding Rivers, and I have to correct you on its location. It's actually in Glide, OR, not Roseburg. (Or, more precisely, on the very western border of Glide.) Glide is a little town about 20 minutes east of Roseburg, near the foothills of the Cascades. Nice photo, though! And you're right, it is hard to capture in photo. Cheers!