Agno River

Catchment area of ​​the Agno

He entspring in Benguet Province, about 10 km north of Kabayan. The source area is located at Mt Data in the Philippine Cordillera at an altitude of 2,090 meters. Just a few kilometers north also arise rivers Chico and Abra.

The Agno flows from the beginning to the south. He is the fifth longest river in the Philippines and the third longest river in the island of Luzon. The Agno has a catchment area of ​​approximately 5952 km ². After 17 km, it reaches the Ambuklao Lake. Near Urdaneta he begins to flow south-west and then changes after more miles its course all the way to the west. Its most important tributary is the Tarlac, in the Zambales Mountains has its source at Mount Pinatubo. Only from Aguilar it flows north and empties into the Gulf of Lingayen in Lingayen same township a few kilometers later.

The Agno is dammed at San Manuel and San Nicolas in the San Roque Dam.

  • River in Asia
  • River in the Philippines
  • Waters of Luzon
  • Water System South China Sea