Sechelt Inlet

SECHELT INLET is a long, narrow FJORD trending south out of JERVIS INLET to form the back side of the Sechelt Peninsula. A short way into the inlet, tidal waters pour through SKOOKUMCHUCK RAPIDS in Sechelt Narrows. Only a neck of land divides the top of the inlet from GEORGIA STRAIT; the community of SECHELT is situated here. The inlet was widely used by the SECHELT (Shishalh) First Nation, who had an important village at Tuwanek. The area was logged extensively early in the century. It is...

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