Whyte Lake Park
The park is accessed by Whyte Lake Trail, from Westport Road just south of the Upper Levels Highway at Nelson Canyon. The trail follows the Trans Canada Trail route, diverges westward through old-growth trees, follows Whyte Creek and ends at Whyte Lake.
At 124 hectares, Whyte Lake Park is the largest park in West Vancouver. It features trails, a lake, wetlands, creeks and stands of old-growth forest. The park connects Nelson Canyon Park to Cypress Provincial Park, creating a large contiguous area of parkland.
Parking at Whyte Lake
Public parking at the trailhead is limited and fills up quickly in good weather. Please have an alternate plan and follow the instructions of traffic control personnel.
Dogs In Whyte Lake Park
Dogs must remain on-leash in this ecologically sensitive area. Check out Dogs in Parks for more information, including off-leash parks in West Vancouver, licensing and more.
Things to Do in the Park
Whyte Lake Trail is a moderate, 2-hour hike
Walk through stands of old growth cedar and fir trees
Sit and enjoy the tranquil surroundings