Annapolis River (Canada)

Peel River (Canada)

The Peel River is a tributary of the Mackenzie River in the Yukon and Northwest Territories in Canada. Its source is in the Ogilvie Mountains in the central Yukon at the confluence of the Ogilvie River and Blackstone River. Its main tributaries are:

The Peel River joins the Mackenzie in the Mackenzie Delta. The Dempster Highway crosses it at Fort McPherson, Northwest Territories via a ferry during the summer months and an ice bridge during the winter. The Peel River is a wilderness river and Fort McPherson is the only community along its banks.

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