The Miette River (// or //) is a short river in Jasper National Park, Alberta, Canada. It flows south-southwest through the Rocky Mountains before draining into the Athabasca River.
The Miette forms at the base of Mount Moren, with meltwater from Mount Bridgeland, Salient Mountain, Mount McCord, and Mount Beaupre contributing to the initial flow.
The Miette River, as well as various other geological features in Jasper National Park, are named after the Cree Indian word for 'mountain sheep.'
- Rink Brook
- Clairvaux Creek
- Minaga Creek
- Muhigan Creek
- ^ Karamitsanis, Aphrodite (1991). Place Names of Alberta, Volume 1. Calgary: University of Calgary Press, pg. 164-165