Whytecliff Park | West Vancouver
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A perfect place for a ryomantic pic nic overlooking at breathtaking views, or read our latest favorite book, go for a swim. The park is currently home to more than 200 marine animal species and is the first Marine Protected Area in Canada. Sea lions can be seen sunbathing on the beach during summer…
Popular with scuba divers and locals. Rock climb, have a picnic, swim. Combine with visit to nearby Horseshoe Bay Village.
Lovely park, watch the ferries sail by on route to Nanaimo & the Gulf Islands. If you are lucky you might see a whale or seal swim by..
A gem of a park. Beach, hike to little island at lower tide, see the seals. Concession stand.
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“Overlooking the water of Horsehoe bay, Olive and Anchor offers casual, great value dining for Breakfast, lunch, and dinner served in a relaxed atmosphere by friendly and professional staff. I've tried the mussels and the New England Chowder when cold outside but would go for the Albacore Tuna Salad and the crabcake in summertime.”
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“9 hole golf course. Owned and operated by City of West Vancouver. Round costs aprox $25.”
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“Cliffside trails leading to the water's edge overlooking Stanley Park, Downtown Vancouver and Kitsilano. Lots of old-growth trees some w/ a 12' circumference. Mind-blowing. I'd say this is a must vsit for 1st timers to Vancouver and its a 15 minute drive away”
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“Your closest grocery store. There are a few other stores up here, including a Starbucks and other quick food places. ”
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