Nahatlatch Provincial Park & Protected Area - Nahatlatch River
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Nahatlatch Provincial Park & Protected Area - Nahatlatch River
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25 km northwest of Boston Bar
Boston Bar, British Columbia
Canada,

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Nahatlatch protects one of the largest intact wetlands remaining in the Lower Mainland. A series of small streams flow into, out of, and between the three lakes in the park; Frances, Hannah, and Nahatlach. Their waters drain into the Nahatlach River, which is 20 km upstream from its confluence with the Fraser. The powerful Nahatlach River features a spectacular series of rapids, ideal for river rafting and kayaking. Those seeking a more tranquil experience will enjoy canoeing around and between the placid lakes, swimming in the backwater pools, and fishing along the lakeshores. Other activities for summer recreationists include backcountry hiking, and bird and wildlife viewing, and camping in a rustic setting.






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