The Miette River before its confluence with the Athabasca River
|⁃ location||Miette Pass|
|⁃ elevation||1,643 m (5,390 ft)|
|1,321 m (4,334 ft)|
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 Trail runs along the Miette River. It goes for approximately 43.5 kilometres. The trail follows an abandoned railway roadbed for some of its distance. One of the landmarks on the trail is the Rink Cabin.
- Rink Brook
- Clairvaux Creek
- Minaga Creek
- Muhigan Creek
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