Kettle River

KETTLE RIVER (336 km from the head of its east fork) originates as twin forks in the MONASHEE MTS east of OKANAGAN LK. The west fork flows south out of the mountains past the former MINING centre of CARMI and the village of BEAVERDELL to WESTBRIDGE, where it joins the east fork flowing down from Holmes Lk in the north. From Westbridge the combined river loops south and east through the BOUNDARY DISTRICT, sometimes on the BC side of the border, sometimes on the American side, before disappearing...

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