Cypress Provincial Park is a recreation destination based in the North Shore Mountains. Activities include hiking, backpacking, wilderness camping, backpacking, picnicking, downhill skiing, snowboarding, cross country skiing & snowshoeing.
First Beach is located on the sandy shores of English Bay in Downtown Vancouver. The beach is one of the more popular beaches in the city and, due to ease of access, it is also one of the more populated beaches during the summer months.
The park measures over 400+ hectares (1000+ acres) and it is the most visited park in the Metro Vancouver region (Greater Vancouver Regional District). The park includes a network of wooded trails (27 kilometres), the Seawall (8.8 kilometre waterfront pathway), swimming beaches (2), forest groves...
Jericho Beach is a popular sandy beach and it is larger than most beaches on the coastline. Jericho is considered a sunbathing and swimming destination, as well as, a destination for wind sports like windsurfing and sailing.
"Kits" as referred to by the locals, is one of the more lively and crowded sandy beaches in the Metro Vancouver region. Some say "Kits" is one of the nicest sandy beaches in the region. The beach is white, long and enjoys great views of the coastline.
The beach is situated at the mouth of False Creek near the neighborhood of Yaletown. It is is one of many white sandy beaches located on Vancouver's Seawall (recreation pathway). The beach is located south of Stanley Park.
Spanish Bank is considered one of the preferred sandy beach destinations in the city to escape the large crowds and the many sounds of the city. Some say Spanish Bank provides some of the best skyline views of the city.
The park is one of the favorite beach destinations in the community of West Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The highlights of the park are the long sandy/pebbled beach, the 1.2 kilometre seawalk and the marine sightseeing.
The park is a sightseeing park and a Salt Water Marine Protected Area located near Horseshoe Bay which is west of West Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Activities in the park include scuba diving, swimming, birdwatching, hiking and picnicking.
The park is a rocky waterfront park and sightseeing destination located on Point Atkinson near the community of West Vancouver, BC. There is a 1912 lighthouse, 10 kilometres of trails, day use picnic area and marine scenery.
The park explores old growth forests on a network of wilderness trails located southeast of Horseshoe Bay near the community of West Vancouver. The 3 hiking trails include the Whyte Lake Trail, a 25 kilometre section of the Trans Canada Trail and the western terminus of the Baden Powell Trail.