The Lillooet Country, also referred to as the Lillooet District, is a region spanning from the central Fraser Canyon town of Lillooet west to the valley of the Lillooet River, and including the valleys in between, in the Southern Interior of British Columbia.
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The Lillooet Ranges are the southeasternmost subdivision of the Pacific Ranges of the Coast Mountains of British Columbia.They are located between the drainage of the Lillooet River and Harrison Lake on the west and the canyon of the Fraser River on the east, and by the lowland coastal valley of that river on the south.
Essentially the Lillooet Country corresponds, rather exactly, to the traditional territory of the St'at'imc peoples, at least in its original meaning, as the Pemberton Valley is now seen as more part of the Sea-to-Sky Corridor. Google Books search "Lillooet Country" excluding Wikipedia, 339 results. Note that the sense of "the country of the Lillooet [St'at'imc]" is interchangeable with non-native references.
The Bridge River Country is a historic geographic region and mining district in the Interior of British Columbia, Canada, lying between the Fraser Canyon and the valley of the Lillooet River, south of the Chilcotin Plateau and north of the Lillooet Ranges.
Media in category "Lillooet Country" The following 2 files are in this category, out of 2 total. Twisted and steep Duffey Lake road ^ Cayoosh creek at the bottom ^^Route a 14^ de pente et ruisseau Cayoosh au fond du Canyon - panoramio.jpg 800 × 600; 219 KB
Shalalth, pop. c. 400, is one of the main communities of the Seton Lake Band of the St'at'imc (Lillooet) Nation and location of the two main powerhouses of the Bridge River Power Project.
East of the Tsʼilʔos Provincial Park is Big Creek Provincial Park and the Churn Creek Protected Area, while to the southeast is the Spruce Lake Protected Area aka "the South Chilcotin", which despite its nickname is mostly in the Bridge River Country, part of the Lillooet Country and not part of the Chilcotin Country, which begins at the ...
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