|Area||732 km2 (283 sq mi)|
|Parent range||Boundary Ranges|
The Cheja Range is an icefield-bound mountain range on the inside perimeter of the Alaska Panhandle in northernwestern British Columbia, Canada. It lies between the South Whiting River and the Samotua River. It is a subrange of the Boundary Ranges which in turn form part of the Pacific Cordillera mountain system. The name is an approximation of a phrase in the Tahltan language meaning "mountains are hard".
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