A wall dive which has a series of terraces from 6 metres down to 25 metres, at which point a sheer vertical face drops to over 75 metres. On the ledges divers will find large Lingcod, Wolf Eels, Giant Pacific Octopus, Rockfish, Greenlings Sea Pens, Anemones, Bryozoans, Tubeworms and Cloud Sponges. A year-round dive site, however, the main attraction occurs in mid-summer when the wall is cruised regularly by visiting Six Gill Sharks.
These deep-water pelagics ranging in length from 3-5 metres or more move in for unknown reasons. They restlessly range back and forth over the ledges and overhangs until one by one they leave, only to return the same time the following year. Not known to be aggressive, their 2-5m impressive size makes them an unforgettable highlight of any dive vacation.