Grenville Channel

GRENVILLE CHANNEL is a 72-km-long, extremely narrow passage dividing PITT ISLAND from the mainland south of PRINCE RUPERT. It is the final leg of the INSIDE PASSAGE navigation route much travelled by CRUISE SHIPS and coastal ferries. A dramatically scenic passage, with WATERFALLS tumbling down the steep side walls and mountain ranges towering into the clouds, it was explored by George VANCOUVER, who named it after William Grenville, a British politician. Lowe Inlet on the mainland side has long...

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