A large standing wave forms at the bottom of Bailey’s Chute in Wells Gray Park. The rapid is named after Jim Bailey, an engineer who drowned while crossing the river below the chute while looking for a place to locate a bridge. Awesome power of water

The overwhelming power of water

Couple from France visits Bailey’s Chute in Wells Gray Park

  • Jun. 21, 2017 11:30 a.m.

By Keith McNeill

Couple from France visits Bailey’s Chute in Wells Gray Park

 

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