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Chatterbox Falls is a waterfall in British Columbia, Canada, located at the head or end of Princess Louisa Inlet.[1] It is part of the Loquilts river which empties into the inlet. The falls are a popular destination for boaters around the world and are part of the BC Parks marine park system which manages the area with the cooperation of the Princess Louisa International Society.

Chatterbox Falls
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Chatterbox Falls, Princess Louisa Inlet
LocationMouth of Losquilts Creek at head of Princess Louisa Inlet, NE end of Jervis Inlet, New Westminster Land District
Coordinates50°12′22″N 123°46′14″W / 50.2061°N 123.7706°W / 50.2061; -123.7706Coordinates: 50°12′22″N 123°46′14″W / 50.2061°N 123.7706°W / 50.2061; -123.7706
TypeFan
Total height120 feet (37 m)
WatercourseLoquilts Creek

Just upstream from Chatterbox Falls lies the 2,755-foot (840 m) James Bruce Falls, which is the tallest waterfall of North America.[2]

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  1. ^ "Chatterbox Falls". Geographical Names Data Base. Natural Resources Canada.
  2. ^ "Tallest and Largest Waterfalls". www.worldwaterfalldatabase.com. World Waterfall Database. Retrieved 19 June 2019.

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