Stikine River Provincial Park

Summary

The Stikine River Provincial Park is a provincial park in British Columbia. The park covers a total area of approximately 217,000 hectares. The main feature of the Stikine River Provincial Park is a portion of the Stikine River known as "The Grand Canyon". This portion of the river is approximately eighty kilometers long and runs through a canyon that has been created from the river cutting through the rock that now forms the walls of the "canyon".

Stikine River Provincial Park
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Map showing the location of Stikine River Provincial Park
Map showing the location of Stikine River Provincial Park
Location in British Columbia
LocationKitimat-Stikine RD and Stikine Region, British Columbia
Nearest cityIskut
Coordinates58°01′29″N 128°42′52″W / 58.0248°N 128.7144°W / 58.0248; -128.7144Coordinates: 58°01′29″N 128°42′52″W / 58.0248°N 128.7144°W / 58.0248; -128.7144[2]
Area257,177 ha (992.97 sq mi)
Established14 March 1987
Governing bodyBC Parks
WebsiteStikine River Provincial Park

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Stikine River Park". Protected Planet. Retrieved 2020-09-21.
  2. ^ Environment, Ministry of. "Stikine River Provincial Park - BC Parks". bcparks.ca. Retrieved 2020-09-21.

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