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Skookumchuck Narrows Professional Review and Guide
"Anyone who visits the Sechelt Peninsula and fails to pay respects to this natural wonder is missing an unforgettable experience; and it is free in return for the expenditure of the small amount of energy required to walk on good, virtually level trails. The shoreline by the great tidal race is provincial parkland, too, so there are no attempts at commercial exploitation of a scene of great beauty. Check tide tables beforehand to ensure that the waters are either strongly ebbing or flowing, or, better still, plan to be there for an hour before and after a tide change, so that you have the full effect of the spectacle."
--Mary & David Macaree, 109 Walks in British Columbia's Lower Mainland (Greystone Books).
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