Babine River

Position of the Babine River within the catchment area of ​​the Skeena River

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Babine River is a river in central British Columbia, Canada.

It forms the outlet of Babine Lake and is a left tributary of the Skeena River. The river has a length of 120 km.

The Babine River is one of the last pristine rivers in British Columbia. A large part of its river course is within the Babine River Corridor Provincial Park, which is rich in black bears and grizzly bears. The river is known in fishing circles for its huge rainbow trout and steelhead trout. In addition, the Babine River is a popular whitewater water at kayakers, canoeists and rafters.

The Babine River has the status of a British Columbia Heritage River.