The Most Photographed Islet in Vancouver

Comments 1 by Rebecca Bollwitt

I’m going to go ahead and declare Whyte Islet, off of Whytecliff Park in West Vancouver, the most photographed little island in the region. Surrounded by water at high tide, and within walking distance from the pebbly beach when waters retreat, its position in front of glowing sunsets make it such a photogenic outcropping of land.

Whyte Islet, West Vancouver

Whyte Islet, Whytecliff Park

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Whytecliff Park

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Whyte Islet Park

Whytecliff Park

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Whytecliff Park

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Love at Whytecliff Park

Trail to the Ocean

Sunlit Surrender

Sunset at Whytecliff Park

I'm Not Afraid Of The Dark

Whytecliff park opened in 1909 and can be found just off Marine Drive in West Vancouver, near the community of Horseshoe Bay. It’s home to more than 200 marine animal species, and was one of the first Marine Protected Areas in Canada.

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  1. KristenTuesday, January 5th, 2016 — 12:58pm PST

    Whoa gorgeous! Definitely heading there my next trip back to Vancouver- thanks for sharing!

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