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سراب گاماسیاب (بزرگترین چشمه ایران) در ۲۰ کیلومتری جنوب شهرستان نهاوند به سمت نوراباد واقع شده‌است و از دره‌های شمالی رشته کوه گروین (کوه چهل نابالغان) سرچشمه می‌گیرد. منشأ اب آن یخچال طبیعی است و دارای آبدهی ۵ متر مکعب در ثانیه و دمای متوسط ۵ درجه سانتیگراد است. رود گاماسیاب دارای آبی با کیفیت عالی می‌باشد. در طول دره شهرستان و مسیر دشت دلتایی نهاوند جاری است و به هنگام عبور، قسمت عمده روستاها و باغ‌های باختری شهر را مشروب ساخته و راهی شهرستان صحنه در استان کرمانشاه می‌شود. این رودخانه پس از ورود به استان کرمانشاه قره‌سو در عبور از استان لرستان، سیمره و در استان خوزستان کرخه نامیده می‌شود و بعد از این گذر پر پیچ و تاب به هورالعظیم می‌پیوندد. در بالا دست چشمه‌ها، غاری طبیعی دیده می‌شود و محوطهٔ اطراف سرآب جنگل کاری شده‌است. در مسیر این رود با احداث نیروگاه برق آبی و حوضچه‌های پرورش ماهی، در تولید برق و پرورش ماهی بهره برداری نموده‌اند. چشمه جوشان و پر آب با ویژگی‌های خاص طبیعی، یکی از جاذبه‌های مستعد گردشگری استان محسوب می‌شود.

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