Tatshenshini River

TATSHENSHINI RIVER  () , 193 km, rises in the ST ELIAS MTS in the northwest corner of BC and flows north into the Yukon before looping south to merge with the ALSEK R and empty into the Gulf of Alaska. The area is part of the traditional territory of the Champagne and Aishihik First Nations. Known for its spectacular wilderness scenery, turbulent water and varied wildlife, it has become since 1976 one of the top whitewater rafting rivers in...

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