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Left Coast Media and the Slacklife Series was something I stumbled on today as I was seeking BC sailing videos and for the first time saw Levi Allen, and totally dug his style immediately.
Hunlen Falls is a waterfall in the Pacific Ranges of the Coast Mountains of British Columbia, Canada. It is located in Tweedsmuir South Provincial Park, west of the communities of Tatla Lake, Kleena Kleene and Nimpo Lake, and east of Bella Coola. It one of the tallest waterfalls in Canada when measured as a continuous unbroken drop. Sources vary, but the official BC Parks measurement is 260 m (853 ft). Other waterfalls such as Della Falls on Vancouver Island are higher, but are of the cascading type. Hunlen Falls drops from the north end of Turner Lake via Hunlen Creek into the Atnarko River, a tributary of the Bella Coola River. Erosion of the canyon below Hunlen Falls has created an alluvial fan into the Atnarko Valley.
The falls were named in 1947 after a Chilcotin Chief named Hana-lin, who used to fish below the falls in the autumn with a fish trap, and trap game nearby. In the 1930s it was sometimes called Mystery Falls and before that occasionally called Bella Coola Falls
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