Kwadacha Wilderness Provincial Park

KWADACHA WILDERNESS PROVINCIAL PARK  () , 1,584.75 sq km, is in the northern ROCKY MTS, 160 km southwest of FORT NELSON. It was established in 1973. The park takes its name from an aboriginal word meaning white water, a reference to the milky colour of the Kwadacha R. This milkiness comes from the finely ground rock flour suspended in the water that is scoured by the glaciers at the river's headwaters. The huge Lloyd George Icefield, the...

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