Henderson Lake (British Columbia) facts for kids
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|Location||Vancouver Island, British Columbia|
|Coordinates||49°05′37″N 125°02′18″W / 49.09361°N 125.03833°W|
|Lake type||Natural lake|
Henderson Lake (since 2018, Hucuktlus Lake) is a lake on Vancouver Island that drains south into head of Uchucklesaht Inlet on the north side of lower Alberni Inlet.
Weather data from the Henderson Lake fish hatchery shows that the lake is situated in the wettest place in North America. Henderson Lake averages 6,903 mm (271.8 in) of precipitation, and in 1997 9,307 mm (366.4 in) fell, setting the all-time Canadian record.
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