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ⓘ Twomile Creek (Kanawha River)




Twomile Creek (Kanawha River)
                                     

ⓘ Twomile Creek (Kanawha River)

Twomile Creek is a tributary of the Kanawha River, 4.7 miles long, in West Virginia in the United States. Via the Kanawha and Ohio rivers, it is part of the watershed of the Mississippi River, draining an area of 24.4 square miles on the unglaciated portion of the Allegheny Plateau, in the city of Charleston and its vicinity.

Twomile Creek is formed approximately 1.8 km 2.9 km East-North-East of the unincorporated community of Guthrie in the merger to the right Twomile Creek, 4.6 miles 7.4 km, which rises about 3.3 miles 5.3 km North-North-West of the unincorporated community of elk hills, and flows South-West, and the edens fork, 2.4 km 3.9 km, which rises about 1.7 miles 2.7 km North-West of the elk hills and flows to the West. From the confluence of these forks, Twomile Creek flows West and South through Guthrie, to its mouth at the kanawha river in Charleston.

The cry is accompanied by a ring road for most of its length. In Guthrie, it collects the left Twomile Creek, 4 km 6.4 km, which rises about 1.9 km 3.1 km North-Northwest of Guthrie and flows in a General southern direction.