Pitt River

Lower reaches of the Pitt River above the Pitt River Bridge

The Pitt River is a right tributary of the Fraser River in southwestern British Columbia, Canada

The Pitt River originates 5 km south-east of Garibaldi Lake in Garibaldi Ranges. The headwaters of the Pitt River is located within the Garibaldi Provincial Park. The river flows in a south-southeast direction and empties into the north end of Pitt Lake. He leaves it at its southern end and flows still 20 km to its mouth at Port Coquitlam in the Fraser River. The Alouette River meets about 5 km upstream of the mouth on the left side of the river. Shortly before the mouth spans the Pitt River Bridge, over which the British Columbia Highway 7 runs, the Pitt River. The total length of Pitt River is about 100 km &nsp;.