Mac Millan River - Canol road - Yukon
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Mac Millan River - Canol road - Yukon

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The MacMillan River is a tributary, approximately 320 kilometres (200 mi) long, of the Pelly River in the Yukon Territory of northwestern Canada. It originates in the Mackenzie Mountains and flows in a generally westward direction. The river's watershed extends over 13,800 square kilometres (5,300 sq mi) and its average discharge is about 190 cubic metres per second (6,700 cu ft/s).

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Macmillan_River

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