Whytecliff Trail is a 0.4 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near West Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
I got married here many years ago. Beautiful scenery for a small walk
Nice view on clear days. Nice to be there in summer. Remember to get back from the rock before tie rises again. Almost could not get back lol
Oct 11, 2016 - Tuesday - We had some time to kill and this looked a great park near town to soak up the sun. We were not disappointed. There are several trails along the cliffside with park benches tucked in perfect locations. We saw ferries, boats, divers, seals and more in the space of less than a hour. This is a gem.
Urban as well as natural. Very nice for an easy day.
Free parking! Easy walk to the cliff. After that we climb around and had a lot of fun. Go during low tide to have more area to explore. The rocks are slippery so be careful!
For a mid-week sunset, it was a great (short) drive to get there and free parking with not alot of people around. Great for a quick walk without a long commitment of time/driving.
Trails are marked 'no dogs allowed' if you are thinking about bringing your dog, but no one objected to bringing mine. Such a small area that there is no risk of getting lost. The rocks are jagged step carefully. Beautiful views of the water. Sunset was stunning.