Gitnadoix River

GITNADOIX RIVER flows 100 km from Alastair Lk north to its confluence with the SKEENA R 50 km west of TERRACE. It drains a 580 sq km watershed that is protected as the Gitnadoix River Recreation Area. The name derives from a TSIMSHIAN word meaning "people of the swift water." The river is considered to be of outstanding recreational and environmental significance. It is an important SALMON river. MOUNTAIN GOATS, BEARS, trumpeter SWANS and harbour SEALS are among the wildlife that inhabit the...

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