Whytecliff Park is a North Vancouver coastal oasis with rocky terrain, plenty of rugged trails of various difficulty levels, and gorgeous views.
A highlight is the walk across the sands to a rocky island at low tide to watch the ferries go by, and the scuba divers setting off on their underwater adventures. It's a very popular spot for divers, who often see giant octopi and wolf eels. Make sure you don't get cut off by the tide if you walk to the island.
There's a food kiosk, or you might want to bring a picnic to eat at one of the scenic viewpoints. It's a great place to spend the day with kids, and there's a children's playground at the park too.
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