Morice River


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The Morice River is a left tributary of the Bulkley River in the Regional District of Bulkley - Nechako in the Canadian province of British Columbia.

The Morice River forms the outflow of lying in the Hazelton Mountains Morice Lake, about 75 km east from Kitimat. It flows from the north end of the lake, beginning shortly in North direction, then turns to the east and finally north again. The Morice River meets 10 kilometers west of Houston on the Bulkley River. Although the Morice River is the relatively water-rich river, he is considered a " tributary " of the Bulkley River. The Morice River has a length of about 90 km. The nanika River, a tributary of the Morice Lake, forms the main source of the river Morice River.

On the river lies the Morice River Ecological Reserve.

The Morice River is considered an important spawning area of king, red and silver salmon. He is also a good angling for steelhead trout.

Canoe and kayak trips on the river are possible. The difficulty of the rapids is between I and III.