How Deep is the Snake River?

The Snake River is the thirteenth-longest river in the United States, with a total length of 1,078 miles. Its watershed, which spans six U.S. states, Nevada, Utah, Oregon, Washington, Wyoming, and Idaho, covers almost 108,000 square miles, ranking it as the tenth-largest among North American rivers, with the largest portion in Idaho.

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