Eagle River (Shuswap Lake)

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For other uses, see Eagle River (disambiguation).

The Eagle River is a river in the Canadian province of British Columbia.

The river was named by Walter Moberly after following the flight of eagles and finding Eagle Pass.[1]


The Eagle River originates in the mountains west of Revelstoke and flows west and southwest, entering Shuswap Lake at Sicamous. Eagle River is part of the Fraser River drainage basin.

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Coordinates: 50°50′35″N 119°0′39″W / 50.84306°N 119.01083°W / 50.84306; -119.01083