Pack River (British Columbia)

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This article is for the river in British Columbia, Canada. For the river in Idaho, United States, see Pack River.

The Pack River is a river in the North-Central Interior of British Columbia, Canada, flowing north into the Parsnip Reach of Lake Williston.[1] Part of the Peace River drainage, it was originally a tributary of the Parsnip River before the creation of Lake Williston by the building of WAC Bennett Dam. It is fed by the McLeod River via McLeod Lake.

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Coordinates: 55°09′00″N 123°07′00″W / 55.15000°N 123.11667°W / 55.15000; -123.11667