West Fork San Gabriel River

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The West Fork is one of two major streams, the other being the East Fork, that combine to form the San Gabriel River in Los Angeles County, California.wikipedia
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San Gabriel River (California)

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The West Fork is one of two major streams, the other being the East Fork, that combine to form the San Gabriel River in Los Angeles County, California.
However, it is colloquially known as the "East Fork" to distinguish it from the West Fork of the San Gabriel.

East Fork San Gabriel River

East Fork
The West Fork is one of two major streams, the other being the East Fork, that combine to form the San Gabriel River in Los Angeles County, California.
It then flows south and west for 17 mi to San Gabriel Reservoir, where it joins with the West Fork San Gabriel River.

North Fork San Gabriel River

North Fork
The major tributaries of the West Fork, from upstream to downstream, are Devil Creek, Bear Creek and the North Fork San Gabriel River.
The North Fork San Gabriel River is a tributary, 4.5 mi long, of the West Fork San Gabriel River in the Angeles National Forest of Los Angeles County, California.

Los Angeles County, California

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The West Fork is one of two major streams, the other being the East Fork, that combine to form the San Gabriel River in Los Angeles County, California.

California

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The West Fork is one of two major streams, the other being the East Fork, that combine to form the San Gabriel River in Los Angeles County, California.

San Gabriel Mountains

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The West Fork flows for 19 mi in an easterly direction from its origins at Red Box Gap, in the San Gabriel Mountains, eventually reaching San Gabriel Reservoir where it is bridged by SR 39 just above its mouth.

San Gabriel Dam

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The West Fork flows for 19 mi in an easterly direction from its origins at Red Box Gap, in the San Gabriel Mountains, eventually reaching San Gabriel Reservoir where it is bridged by SR 39 just above its mouth.

California State Route 39

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The West Fork flows for 19 mi in an easterly direction from its origins at Red Box Gap, in the San Gabriel Mountains, eventually reaching San Gabriel Reservoir where it is bridged by SR 39 just above its mouth.

San Gabriel Wilderness

San Gabriel
A large portion of the watershed is situated in the San Gabriel Wilderness, whose southern boundary is formed by the West Fork.

Cogswell Dam

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Cogswell Dam impounds the river to create the 10785 acre feet Cogswell Reservoir, whose primary function is flood and silt control for the San Gabriel Valley.The West Fork of the San Gabriel River is a refuge for Southern California wild rainbow trout.

San Gabriel Valley

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Cogswell Dam impounds the river to create the 10785 acre feet Cogswell Reservoir, whose primary function is flood and silt control for the San Gabriel Valley.The West Fork of the San Gabriel River is a refuge for Southern California wild rainbow trout.

Old Short Cut

The Old Short Cut Cabin was constructed where Shortcut Canyon joins the West Fork of the San Gabriel River Canyon.