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New Aiyansh / Gitzyon Creek / Kinskuch River / Kiteen River / Kwinamuck Lake / Kwinatahl River / Tchitin River
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New Aiyansh, BC (Nearby: Aiyansh, Nass Camp, Gitwinksihlkw, Alice Arm, Kitsault)

  • Gitzyon Creek
  • Kinskuch River
  • Kiteen River
  • Kiteen River
  • Kiteen River
  • Kwinamuck Lake
  • Kwinatahl River
  • Tchitin River

5200 SKATEEN AVE.
New Aiyansh, British Columbia
V0J 1A0


British Columbia Tourism Region : Northern BC

Description From Owner:
  • Gitzyon Creek - From a Nisgha Indian word meaning 'people of the glacier.'
  • Kinskuch River - From the Nisgha Indian word meaning 'place of transporting things in stages [in difficult passage]' that is, place of portage.
  • Kwinamuck Lake - From the Nisgha Indian word meaning 'place of cow parsnip.' The name refers to the use of the stems as drinking straws.
  • Kwinatahl River - From the Nisgha Indian word meaning 'place of strips of cedar bark.'
  • Tchitin River - From the Nisgha Indian word meaning 'fish weir river.'
  • With permission from G.P.V and Helen B. Akrigg 1997 British Columbia Place Names. UBC Press.


Kwinatahl RiverTchitin River

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  • Tseax River

  • From the Nisgha Indian word meaning 'new water,' possibly after a volcanic eruption had disturbed drainage patterns.


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Nearby:
Nearby Lakes and Mountains:
  • Spencer Lake, 2km
  • Mount Hoeft, 8km
  • Ross Lake, 12km
  • Kwinamuck Lake, 18km
  • Xhlawit, 14km
  • Rob Lake, 19km
  • Lava Lake, 18km
  • Dragon Lake, 16km
  • Melita Lake, 15km
  • Mount Priestley, 13km
  • Mount Philippa, 14km
  • Alder Peak, 22km
  • Gainor Lake, 26km
  • Hoodoo Lake, 24km
  • Mount Hoadley, 18km
  • Sand Lake, 27km
  • Mount Poupard, 29km
  • Oscar Peak, 31km
  • Taylor Lake, 31km
  • Jacks Lake, 25km
  • Pauls Peak, 33km
  • Record Lake, 28km
  • Jackpine Mountain, 29km
  • Concealed Lake, 34km
  • Alpine Lake, 37km
  • Shishilabet Lakes, 36km
  • Illiance Lake, 40km
  • Patsy Lake, 32km
  • Mount Hubert, 35km
  • Arrowhead Lake, 44km
  • Widdzech Mountain, 33km
  • Illiance Mountain, 42km
  • Mount Conroy, 45km
  • Monument Peak, 26km
  • Mount Voshell, 38km
  • Sandal Lake, 47km
  • Mount Warne, 42km
  • Mount Theophilus, 40km
  • Lawrie Lake, 39km
  • Tchitin Peak, 43km
  • Mohawk Mountain, 34km
  • Wilauks Mountain, 41km
  • Honey Lake, 51km
  • Mount Hadden, 52km
  • Mount Allard, 50km
  • Mount Couture, 41km
  • Lavender Peak, 52km
  • Mount McGuire, 47km
  • Kinskuch Peak, 54km
  • Borden Lake, 47km