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River
Location type: River
Location address: Canada
Number of texts: 1
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The Cheakamus River (pron. CHEK-a-moose) is a tributary of the Squamish River, beginning on the west slopes of Outlier Peak in Garibaldi Provincial Park upstream from Cheakamus Lake on the southeastern outskirts of the resort area of Whistler. The river flows into Cheakamus Lake before exiting it and flowing northwest until it turns south and enters Daisy Lake. Between the outlet of Daisy Lake and its mouth, much of its length is spent going through Cheakamus Canyon, where the river flows through swift rapids and even one good sized waterfall. The river flows south from the lake and through the canyon before joining the Squamish River at Cheekye, a few miles north of the town of Squamish. The river’s name is an anglicization of the name of Chiyakmesh (“people of the fish weir”), a village of the Skwxwu7mesh people and a reserve of the Squamish Nation.

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