Skookumchuck Rapids

SKOOKUMCHUCK RAPIDS  () is a narrow passage in SECHELT INLET north of SECHELT. The name derives from a CHINOOK JARGON word meaning "strong water." The tide rushing through the narrows creates boiling rapids and whirlpools 4 times a day; the roar can be heard at a distance. Skookumchuck Provincial MARINE PARK provides a popular viewing site on the south side of the narrows....

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