Halfway River

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Halfway River
Location
Physical characteristics
Source 
 - locationMuskwa Ranges
 - coordinates56°54′11″N 123°46′49″W / 56.90314°N 123.78038°W / 56.90314; -123.78038 (Halfway River spring)
 - elevation1,500 meters (4,900 ft)
Mouth 
 - location
Peace River
 - coordinates
56°12′42″N 121°26′46″W / 56.21157°N 121.44618°W / 56.21157; -121.44618 (Halfway River mouth)Coordinates: 56°12′42″N 121°26′46″W / 56.21157°N 121.44618°W / 56.21157; -121.44618 (Halfway River mouth)
 - elevation
440 meters (1,440 ft)

The Halfway River is a tributary of the Peace River in northeastern British Columbia, Canada.

The river originates in the Muskwa Ranges at an elevation of 1,500 meters (4,900 ft). It flows from Robb Lake, between Mount Kenny and Mount Robb, then flows east to Pink Mountain. It continues south and south-west, paralleling the Alaska Highway, and flows into the Peace River downstream of Hudson's Hope and upstream from Taylor, at an elevation of 440 meters (1,440 ft).

The Halfway River First Nation is established on the banks of the river.[1]

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