Wreck Beach Swim Night is Back!


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Wreck Beach swim-poster

Our Off-Season Events starts earlier this year!

Wreck Beach Swim Night

  • September 17(Sat.) 7:30 to 9:30PM

  • Lord Byng Pool

What to bring…

  • Towels
  • 25c coin for locker
  • Entry fee (Cash only)  $12, $10 for members, $5 if it is your first visit, Free for kids 10 & under.
  • Government Photo ID (Drivers license )

Easy access by buses or cars.

— This is Nude- Only Swim —

Wreck Beach Events are all year around!

Wreck Beach Day 2016


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Nest Monday is B.C.Day and also it is 35th Annual Wreck Beach Day 2016!

August 1 (Mon.) 9:00AM-

  •   Sandcastle Event
  •   Family Portrait : About 3:00PM
  •   Hula Hoop Competition
  •   Kite Flying
  •   Volleyball tournament

Registration required at the bottom of Trail 6

Skinnydip day poster and postcard will be ready for sell!

2016 Skinnydip day


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July 24(Sun.) was 7th Annual Wreck Beach Skinnydip day.

It was the first time to take the photo with Canadian Coast Guard Service Moytel.

It attracted many people… but at the same time, the earlier arrival did limited the number of the participants and ended up with 341 people.

341 ×$5 will be donated to W.B.P.S. by Mr. Roger Procter, CEO of Genex Capital.

All the money will be spent to protect Wreck Beach.

I’d like to say Thank you to all the participants, Roger, CCGS Moytal crews and Wreck Beach…

We are making posters and postcards from the photo. It will be ready for sell on the beach by this weekend.

Thank you again and see you soon on the beach!



Wreck Beach Skinnydip day 2016


Next Sunday is Skinnydip Day!

  • July 24(Sun.) About 3:00PM
  • Bottom of Trail 6
  • Registration required at the bottom of Trail 6

This is the fundraiser sponsored by Mr. Roger Proctor, CEO of Genex Capital!

$5 x Number or the participant
will be donated to Wreck Beach Preservation Society!

This means we need as many people as possible on the photo shoot.

Last year, we had a record of 677 people!

All the donation will be used to protect our valuable environment.

For more info, call Judy : 604 308 6336


2016 Wreck Beach Bare Buns Run!


Thank you for participating for our 20th Wreck Beach Bare Buns Run!

Due to the tide condition, we had to start 2 hour earlier than last year.


Although we had poor weather condition and earlier starting time, we still had lots of participants for our 20th anniversary!



We are having quit poor weather in this summer… but it was not bad for this type of event…!


Winning shot!



Thank you Watermelon! It was nice to have you today!

We had participants from  Japan, USA, Australia…and and all over Canada.. It was quite international as well.

This gentleman is from Australia.


His plane was delayed and that was how he missed the race… He own a naturist B&B in Australia. It was nice to meet him.

Once a year we could see the familiar people…

Thank you for all the participants, Thank you for all the volunteers who supported to make our event successful!
See you all next year… or see you next weekend for Skinnydip day!



Wreck Beach Bare Buns Run on Sunday!


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20th Annual Wreck Beach Bare Buns Run comes this Sunday!

  • July 17 (Sun.)
  • Race starts at 10:00AM, NOT 12:00PM!
  • Registration: Between 8 to 9:30AM

We still need volunteers tomorrow

  • July 16(Sat.)  10:00AM : Unload the Truck at the top of Trail 6 and carry them down to the beach.

For more detail, please call Judy @604 308 6336 or Email

2016 Bare Buns Run !


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20th Annual Wreck Beach Bare Buns Run is Next Sunday!

  • July 17 (Sun.)
  • Race starts at 10:00AM, NOT 12:00PM!
  • Registration: Between 8 to 9:30AM

We still need volunteers on

  • July 14(Thu.) : Mock Run for media. We need some runners for media. Very short run!
  • July 15(Fri.) :  Load stuff to a Truck @ Judy’s home.
  • July 16(Sat.) : Unload the Truck at the top of Trail 6 and carry them down

For more detail, please call Judy @604 308 6336 or Email




  • June 5 (Sun.)
  • 12:00 to 1:00 PM
  • University Blvd. & Marine Dr.

Management admits no ridership analysis was done before pulling the plug!

 No Ridership Stats Nor Wreck Beach Stakeholder Consultation

Without any ridership statistics to back them up,  or consultation with Wreck Beach Preservation Society (WBPS) stakeholders in Electoral District A of Metro Vancouver, Translink  removed Bus Stop C-20 (University Boulevard and Marine Drive) this past month.   If they had checked their ridership figures, they would have learned that 387,285 visitors used Trail 6 in 2015.  Altogether, five trails accounted for a total of 528,796 users many of whom used the C-20 bus stop.  Those visitors contribute over $60-million annually in goods and services at all levels of government.  The former  (C-20 or # 51924 NB (northbound)NW Marine Drive at University Blvd.) ( bus stop where naturists will gather on June 5 to protest Translink’s bureaucratic dictatorship, lies  directly across from the head of Trail 6.  

 Public Input Before, Not After the Fact!

During the so-called public consultations on 87 locations last fall, Translink never specified C-20 nor did they advertise in the Vancouver Sun or Province which reaches areas outside the Metropolitan Vancouver area.  The WBPS has promoted public input before not after the fact for the past 47 years!  UBC  advised Translink to contact us directly, which they ignored.

Translink Immune to Hardships they Cause-Time for Minister Fassbender to return Translink to the Mayors!!

Mia Pers, Translink Management,  repeatedly claimed Translink has a responsibility for the safety of UBC students and with the escalation of sexual assaults on the UBC Campus, they felt they could better protect students and increase ridership by removing long-established C-20.   We reminded her that our tax  dollars pay Translink’s salaries.  Thus,  we should therefore be given the same weight as UBC students, staff, faculty and other  community stakeholders.  When Ms. Pers finally wrote to us officially after so-called consultation with upper management, UBC and  the bus company after stalling for three weeks,  the letter she sent us was nearly  a carbon copy of the one sent to  West Vancouver Libby Lodge wheelchair-bound resident, Pamela Best  who unsuccessfully tried to stop the cutting of the bus stop to the wheelchair-bound pensioners of Libby Lodge.

 For additional information: 

Judy Williams, Chair, WBPS:  604-308-6336 (Cell); 604-856-9598 (Home); jewilliams1943@gmail.com  /Marilyn Hogan, Vice Chair, WBPS:  604-879-0730