Chilcotin, meaning "people of the red ochre river" may refer to:
- The Tsilhqot'in (also called the Chilcotin), an Athabaskan First Nations people of British Columbia, Canada
- Chilcotin language, the language spoken by the Tsilhqot’in
- The Chilcotin Country, a region in British Columbia also known as "the Chilcotin"
- The Chilcotin River, a river in British Columbia
- Chilcotin Lake, a lake in British Columbia
- The Chilcotin War of 1864
- Fort Chilcotin, a 19th-century outpost of the Hudson's Bay Company
- The Chilcotin Ranges, a group of mountain ranges in British Columbia
- Chilcotin Plateau, a subplateau of the Fraser Plateau in British Columbia
- Chilcotin Group, a volcanic formation in British Columbia
- Chilcotin Forest, a community west of Williams Lake, British Columbia
- Coast Chilcotin, a Canadian federal electoral district, 1968-1979
- Cariboo—Chilcotin, a Canadian federal electoral district, 1979-2003
- Cariboo Chilcotin Coast, a regional-marketing division of Tourism British Columbia
- Chilcotin (sternwheeler), a paddle steamer from the upper Fraser River in British Columbia
- Canadian Forces Camp Chilcotin, a Canadian Forces training camp in the Chilcotin District
- Chilcoten, later Chilcotin, was the original post office name for Riske Creek, British Columbia
Usage examples of "chilcotin".
The profligate lumbering operations that had stripped away so much of the Canadian forest earlier in the century were now at an end, and nature was fast reclaiming the remoter parts of the Cariboo and Chilcotin country.