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Nehalem River

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Grant's Getaways: Lower Nehalem River byways

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Nehalem River Steelhead

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Protect the Fantastic Nehalem River as a State Scenic Waterway

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Chinook salmon on the Nehalem River oregon

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Why We Love The Town Of Vernonia And Nehalem River

The Nehalem River is a river on the Pacific coast of northwest Oregon in the United States, approximately 119 miles (192 km) long. It drains part of the Northern Oregon Coast Range northwest of Portland, originating on the east side of the mountains and flowing in a loop around the north end of the range near the mouth of the Columbia River. Its watershed of 855 square miles (2,210 km2) includes an important timber-producing region of Oregon that was the site of the Tillamook Burn. In its upper reaches it flows through a long narrow valley of small mountain communities but is unpopulated along most of its lower reaches inland from the coast. The city where the river flows into the Pacific is also used as the name for CPU manufacturing titan Intel's first-generation line of Core processors.
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