Clothing optional Wreck Beach in Vancouver is a popular, secluded, local beach. It attracts about 300,000 people per year, and up to 5000 people on Summer weekends, not all are nudists or naturalists.
Getting to down the beach is easy. There are well marked heads for Trail 4 or Trail 6. Be prepared to decent 400-500 steep steps down to the beach and then back up. Its about a 25-30 minute walk on the beach between trails, and it feels about 100 miles away from downtown Vancouver. The views of the North Shore are serene and beautiful.
Trail 4 – Behind the Museum of Anthropology
Wreck Beach is Picturesque
Its about a 25-30 minute walk on the beach between trails, and it feels about 100 miles away from downtown Vancouver. The views of the North Shore are serene and beautiful.
Wreck Beach is Clothing Optional
Wreck Beach is community. It’s people who know each other. Its self governed and open. Its part of a Pacific Spirit Regional Park, and park rangers walk through daily. Wreck beach attracts the young, the old, and many families. Respect each other.
Getting To / From Wreck Beach
Getting to UBC from downtown is something you do with a purpose, to spend the day at Wreck Beach, visit the Museum of Anthropology, or start a scenic bike-path journey along the seawall back to downtown.
From Downtown Burrard SkyTrain Station: Take the 44 UBC bus to UBC Bus Loop. Then take the C20 Marine Drive/UBC Loop Bus.
Wreck Beach Preservation Society
Wreck Beach Bare Buns Run is August 10, 2014