Takla Lake

TAKLA LAKE lies northeast of BABINE LK in north-central BC. It empties to the southeast via the MIDDLE R into Trembleur Lk and eventually into the FRASER R (see also BC HERITAGE RIVERS). It is part of the traditional territory of the DAKELH First Nation, who have a settlement, pop 250, at Takla Post (Takla Landing) on its northeast shore. BC RAIL has a branch line that runs the entire 100-km length of the lake. While trapping has always been important in the region, and TOURISM has expanded,...

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