Fraser River

FRASER RIVER, at 1,399 km the longest river wholly within BC, rises in the ROCKY MTS at Fraser Pass about 40 km southwest of Jasper. It flows north to the vicinity of Yellowhead Lk and west via Moose Lk toward Mt ROBSON before entering the ROCKY MOUNTAIN TRENCH. It follows the Trench to the northwest before sweeping in an arc to the southwest toward PRINCE GEORGE, where it turns south and continues through the centre of the province; it takes a right turn at HOPE, then heads west to empty into...

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