Baddeck River

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This article is about the river. For the village, see Baddeck, Nova Scotia.
Baddeck River
Lower portion of Uisage Ban Falls near Baddeck, Nova Scotia.JPG
Uisge Ban Falls, North Branch Baddeck River
Country Canada
Basin
River mouth Bras d'Or Lake
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Physical characteristics
Length 35 km (22 mi)[1]

The Baddeck River is a minor river on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada. It empties into the Bras d'Or Lake several kilometres west of the village of Baddeck.

The Baddeck River flows south from the Cape Breton Highlands. It offers excellent trout fishing and bird watching. The Uisge Ban Falls are a popular feature of the river.

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Coordinates: 46°5′47.9″N 60°50′32″W / 46.096639°N 60.84222°W / 46.096639; -60.84222 (Baddeck River)