Whytecliff Park, Vancouver

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    Whitecliffe Park

    by bicycle_girl Written Apr 25, 2003

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    Whitecliffe Park

    Overlooking Howe Sound you will have tremendous view if the sky is blue... Keep an eye for bald eagles, and if you are really lucky some killer whales (orca). People come to scuba dive here, and just hang out, maybe a picnic too...

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    WhyteCliff Park - worth the...

    by SurfSeeker Written Feb 25, 2003

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    WhyteCliff Park - worth the drive !!! this is a great little park that is perfect for that late-afternoon picnic...
    Great place to lounge and waste the day away !!! Magnificent views of the gulf islands, a green area to kick the soccer ball around, BBQ area and a secluded bay to swim in !!!! Oh man, one of the coolest parts about this park is the semi-submerged stone path you can follow out to mini-island / rock formation out on the water !! From this rock you can take in an amazing view and catch some sun while your at it !!! There's a pebble / sand beach by the water but it can get busy if it's a sunny day on the weekend, in that case make camp up hill. There are also 2 sets of washrooms that seem to be pretty decent (decent being clean toilet paper) !!!! Oh oh... and the drive there is sweet as well, you'll be able to take in great views as you rip around those tight corners !!!!

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    Whitecliffe Park

    by bicycle_girl Written Apr 25, 2003

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    Whitecliffe Park

    Another view of the park. At low tide you can access the little island and make it yours for the time of a picnic... But watch for the tide so you don't get stucked overnight!!!

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