The Crişul Alb is a river in western Romania in the historical region of Transylvania and south-eastern Hungary (Békés county). Its source is in the southern Apuseni Mountains. It flows through the towns Brad, Ineu, Chişineu Criş in Romania, and Gyula in Hungary. Crossing the border of Hungary, the river, now called Fehér-Körös, joins the Fekete-Körös a few kilometres north from Gyula to form the Körös River.
The following towns are situated along the river Crişul Alb, from source to mouth: Brad, and Gyula.
The river Cigher is the major tributary to the river Crişul Alb.