A tad tuff to get to, what with parking issues, and the trek down what seems like 100's of steps, but the ocean 'views' are good. Lotta wrinkles on display.
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Our first visit to Wreck Beach was better than we would have ever expected. The trails down to the beach were beautiful but the climb back up can be a bit of a chore. We were really impressed with the mix of people at the...More
Unless you want to see thousands of naked young people hippies Better in winter no one there dangerous at night time sort of easy access to ubc behind stairs one two portable toilets police frequent for obviuos reasons accessible from local university express buses 99...More
Studying at UBC for a year I have been lucky enough to have this beautiful beach on my doorstep and it has fast become my favourite place in the world. The sunsets are insane and although the steps can be treacherous they're always worth it....More
No worries if you have cloths on, it is optional to go bare! The beach is more than 100 steps down from the University main road and totally worthy the hike back! It has a family atmosphere despite its reputation to be a naked beach....More
We heard about Wreck beach from the bartender of a restaurant that was at the bottom floor of a building we were staying in. The trip to Vancouver was different, usually we have a set itinerary, but this time around we asked locals for things...More
Our first time to nude beach and it was interesting.....clothing is optional so don't take your kids there. And you need to go down on almost 200 stairs and go up again. If you have heart problem or high blood pressure it's too many stairs.
People laying around nude baking in the sun .. you bet. Still a nice beach but there are only so many oily people you can stand before you feel like flipping them over with a pancake flipper. Nice vibe to the place as everyone is...More
Access is via a long decent down a steep staircase. The ascent at the end of your day will be an exhausting test of your endurance. Fortunately you don't need much (including a swim suit). Independent vendors stroll the beach offering organic sandwiches, treats and...More
I knew that there was a nude beach in the Vancouver area and since I had a couple extra days before the convention I decided to check it out . It was a long wrong from the bus stop to beach I went the wrong...More