WELL above Chatterbox falls, which is at sea level. The falls pictured are at the old 'trapper's cabin', something like 1200 feet elevation and a pretty tricky clamber up the mountain rather than a regular hike. Don't think those falls have a name, if so I don't know it.
At the narrows in the distance is Camp Malibu, it started out as a German owned resort but for many years now has been run by one of the major churches as a retreat. Fabulous piece of property.
The inlet is, as you can see, steep-to, about 5 miles long and is a magical place. Entering by the narrows tidal gate, it's nearly mystical as you enter. There are two places to stay, a few mooring buoys at the island just partially visible in the picture, and a free dock at Chatterbox Falls.
After a rainy week the entire inlet is a showcase of cascading waterfalls.. best conditions are freshly clear and sunny after a wet week or two, it's truly spectacular. Not a freebie, though, as it's about a 38nm trek up the fiords and reaches, a twice or thrice daily tidal entry gate, and just as far back out with precious few barely tenable overnight spots along the way. Most do the trip in a day, at least to/from Egmont or Dark Cove.
Some more shots:
Our cruising partners riding a good inflow on the way up...
The pool deck at Malibu as we're going through the rapids:
Looking back once through, every slack is a bit of a parade....
Looking up inlet to Chatterbox Falls:
View of the dock from the base of the falls:
Fallard's up again!