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  • B.C. clothing optional?

    I'm going out West with my gf and her daughter in July and could anyone tell me of clothing optional places in the Vancouver area other than Wreck Beach ?

  • #2
    I don't know how old is your gf daughter is. But I think you will find more relaxing in the Wreck beach. It is a clothing optional beach and the beach officers are very friendly. In fact one of my friends works there.

    Just keep in mind that to get the clothing optional section / area you have to walk down a very steep hill from the street or from the UBC campus as I usually did. I don't know if you can walk through the other side of the beach to avoid that steep hill. I have never tried it.

    I heard there is a clothing optional club in the north of Vanco, across the bridge. I have never been in that club, but I heard it is good.

    Have fun and enjoy your trip.

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    • #3
      Check out these websites:
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      You will find some information there.

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      • #4
        quote:
        Originally posted by yellowstud:
        ... I heard there is a clothing optional club in the north of Vanco, across the bridge. I have never been in that club, but I heard it is good.

        kelly99 -

        I think yellowstud may be referring to Van Tan Club in North Vancouver, BC. According their website, it is "only 30 minutes from downtown Vancouver."

        In addition to the websites that Still_Boreas listed, you may find these websites helpful also.

        AANR Club listing for British Columbia: http://www.aanr.com/stateclubs/aanr-bc.html

        Nudist Explorer - Where to be Naked in British Columbia: http://www.nudistexplorer.com/nudecan.htm#bc

        nifocinphx

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        • #5
          If you visit Vancouver Island try Little Beach on Hornby Island which for years has been an unofficial C/O beach.

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          • #6
            Might be some other information listed here:

            http://members.shaw.ca/co-bc/

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            • #7
              The Wreck Beach website has links and further information about Clubs and Swim nights in the area.

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              • #8
                quote:
                Originally posted by Fuzzy Nuts:
                If you visit Vancouver Island try Little Beach on Hornby Island which for years has been an unofficial C/O beach.


                I'll second that. Take the road to Tribune Bay but at the penultimate intersection go right not left. Right takes you to the main Tribune Bay provincial park; right takes you to the west side of Tribune Bay (which is divided by a small peninsula).

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