The name Sechelt means the 'place between two waters' in shíshálh, the local Coast Salish language. This original meaning is epitomized
by Sechelt Village, a strollable strip of land between Trail Bay (on the Strait of Georgia) and the sheltered waters of Porpoise Bay (at the end of
Sechelt Inlet). Sechelt Village is quiet – compared with a big city – but a casual stroller can find even quieter routes
'between two waters'.
Below is a walking map for strolling between Dolphin Street and Porpoise Bay by way of footpaths and the less-busy streets. Click on this map for a