The Columbia River is the longest in the Pacific Northwest, covering 1250 miles from the high alpine meadows of the British Columbian Rockies to the Pacific Ocean. From British Columbia the river flows south through the State of Washington, and then forms the border between Washington and Oregon as it continues toward the Pacific.
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