Kechika River

KECHIKA RIVER  () , 230 km, originates near Sifton Pass north of FORT WARE and flows north in the ROCKY MT TRENCH through a spectacular mountain wilderness to join the LIARD R at about Mile 540 of the ALASKA HWY. The wild valley of the Kechika, mainly undisturbed by human activity, supports a variety of wildlife including populations of woodland CARIBOU, Stone's sheep (see MOUNTAIN SHEEP), MOUNTAIN GOATS, WOLVES, BEARS and ELK. Used by the...

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