Meziadin Lake

MEZIADIN LAKE, 210 km north of PRINCE RUPERT, where the highway to STEWART diverges from the Stewart–CASSIAR Hwy (Hwy 37; see ROADS AND HWYS), is a tiny roadside stop with a gas station, store, motel and seasonal information centre. Meziadin Lake Provincial PARK is nearby. The name is from the now extinct TSETSAUT language and supposedly means "beautiful fishing."
by Andrew Scott

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