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Mistaya River before the falls
|- location||Peyto Lake|
|Length||38 km (24 mi)|
|River system||North Saskatchewan River|
Mistaya River originates in Peyto Lake, a glacial lake of typical blue colour (due to rock flour). Mistaya flows north-west, receiving the waters of creeks such as Delta, Silverhorn, Cirque, Noyes, ChephrenTotem, Epaulette, Bison, Kaufmann and Sarback. A series of elongated lakes are formed along the river: Mistaya Lake and Waterfowl Lakes.
From its headwaters of Peyto Creek, Mistaya River has a total length of 38 km.
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