The site of some of the strongest and most spectacular tidal currents in western North America. These narrows occurs where the water enters into the Sechelt Inlet. There can be as much as a 2m difference in sea level between Sechelt Inlet and the Jervis inlet. The water can be moving at speeds of up to 16 knots and creates standing waves up to 1.5m and whirlpools. Access to the best place to view the narrows is a 4 km / roughly 1.5 hr hike (each way) from the parking lot.
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Skookumchuck Narrows Provincial Park
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