The Líl̓wat Nation’s Territory boundaries extend south to Rubble Creek, north to Gates Lake, east to the Upper Stein Valley and west to Toba Inlet on the Pacific Ocean. This 791,131 ha of land occupies a transition zone that goes from temperate coastal environment to the drier interior of British Columbia.
Most Líl̓wat7úl live in and around Mt. Currie, BC, a two-and-half drive from Vancouver via the Sea-to-Sky Highway (Hwy. 99). This community, located 160 km north of Vancouver, is only 7 minutes north of Pembertonʔ
The Líl̓wat Nation is also approachable via the Duffy Lake Road. This route is accessible through the province’s interior highways and takes travellers from Lillooet, BC, over the spectacular Cayoosh Mountain Range and down into Mount Currie at the juncture of the Lillooet and Birkenhead rivers.