Fort Liard

Fort Liard

Echaot’ıe Kųę – “Place of the people from the land of giants”

Population: 619

Sheltered by tall timber in the rolling foothills of the Mackenzie Mountains, this rambling riverfront hamlet is the NWT’s “garden spot,” enjoying warm weather and luxuriant vegetation. Located just off the Liard Trail 37 kilometres north of the NWT border, it’s a good place to gas up, buy exquisite Dene arts and crafts (birchbark baskets are the local specialty), or kick back on the banks of the river. 

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Liard Valley General Store & Motel

Motel and general store. Twelve air-conditioned units. Read more

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Acho Dene Native Crafts

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Acho Dene Native Crafts Store

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HAY LAKES CAMPGROUND

This municipal campground is located about four kilometres along the access road to Fort Liard. It's next to a small lake, and offers a kitchen shelter and several campsites. Read more

NATIONAL ABORIGINAL DAY

June 21

Territorial holiday with events in all communities. Contact town offices for details. Read more