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The Virgin River is a 200 mile long tributary of the Colorado River. The North Fork begins at Cascade Falls, on Cedar Mountain (Dixie National Forest) and flows through Zion National Park.  The East Fork begins near Alton, Utah and flows through Mt. Carmel Junction meeting with the North Fork just south of the main section of Zion National Park.   The water flows to the far corner of Utah in the booming city of St. George. It then runs across the northwestern corner of Arizona, near Littlefield. The water continues its flow into southern Nevada, at the mini gambling mecca of Mesquite and then dumps into the Colorado River at the Lake Mead reservoir. North Fork Virgin River - Zion Narrows    East Fork Virgin River - Parunuweap

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