Indian Arm

INDIAN ARM is a 17-km-long FJORD running north from upper BURRARD INLET to the Indian R estuary. The traditional territory of the TSLEIL WAUTUTH First Nation, it was first explored by the Spanish in 1792. It has been a popular recreation area since the 1870s, and though close to VANCOUVER, some homes along its shores remain accessible mainly by water. For years the MV Scenic delivered passengers, freight and mail from the city. WIGWAM INN was built in 1910 at the top end of the inlet. On the...

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