I have been through there several times on a sailboat - waiting for slack water
as it is an s-shaped, narrow pass, with lots of rocks to bash up on if you loose control. I have noticed that even powerboats wait until close to slack water
. Due to the s-curve, this is NOT like the other rapids cited by St. Elsewhere. By the way, if you screw up, there is a Young Life camp sitting above the pass, so a few dozen teen-agers will be observing your troubles! The falls at the head
of the Inlet are spectacular - well worth the trip up the inlet.