Liard River

LIARD RIVER  () , 1,115 km long, originates in the Yukon's Pelly Mts and flows into BC just southeast of Watson Lake. The BC section, about 250 km long, is followed by the ALASKA HWY for much of its route before winding eastward around the top of the ROCKY MTS and north into the Northwest Territories. Eventually it joins the Mackenzie R at FORT SIMPSON. Its main tributaries in BC include the Dease, KECHIKA, Coal, Toad, and Fort Nelson...

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