Mid-air view of a big river is meandering through a hilly gorge which broadening into 4 sectors from bank to bank crosswise 3 superseding islands passed over a dam that is Columbia River. On the both banks highways passed paralleling to the river near the group of buildings in all directions where the fast-moving water and foam twisted downriver from one of the middle sections. Columbia is the biggest river in the Pacific Northwest region of North America.
Going through the Rocky peaks of British, Columbia and Canada the Columbia River runs north-west and the south into the Washington of U.S.A bordering between Washington and Oregon before unfilled into the Pacific Ocean. Watershed color map of Columbia River is formed roughly similar to a cone with its wide-end to the east and the narrow-end bordered among Washington and Oregon by the Pacific Ocean. The watershed widens into Washington, Idaho, Oregon, Nevada, Wyoming, Utah and Montana of the western U.S. states as well as into the western Canadian state of British Columbia also bordering with Alberta. The Columbia is the 4th largest river in U.S.A, has the maximum flow of any North American river wearing into the Pacific. The heavy flow of this river and its relatively precipitous slope give it great potential designed for the generation of electricity. There are 14 hydroelectric barriers on the major stem of Columbia River and a lot of branches of its generate supplementary hydroelectric power than those of any other North American river. The Columbia starts its 2000km journey in the southern Rocky peak ditch in British Columbia. Columbia Lake is about 820m above sea-level neighboring Columbia swampland form the river’s head-water. The Columbia flowing north-west along the ditch through Windermere Lake and the Invermere city, next north-west to Golden it hooked on Kinbasket Lake. Revising the satellite outlook of the Columbia River is watershed screening the array of the river in red from Columbia Lake in British Columbia, Canada to Astoria, Oregon in the U.S.A. The Deschutes River connects the Columbia nearly The Dalles. Among The Dalles and Portland the river cuts from first to last the Cascade assortment, shaping the spectacular Columbia Gorge. The Columbia vacant into the Pacific Ocean just west of Oregon and Astoria over the Columbia inn which is a changing sand-bar making the river one of the most perilous elongate of water to find the way in the world.