Canada’s Longest Pier Is Actually In BC & Not Many People Know About It

It's fun even in the pouring rain. ☔️🌊

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Canada’s Longest Pier Is Actually In BC & Not Many People Know About It

I happened to be driving through White Rock, B.C., when I discovered that it's home to Canada's Longest Pier. Of course, I had to make a stop to check it out.

Even though it was pretty cold — and pouring rain — I walked the long (very long) way to the end of the pier.

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With lights on either side of you, it's pretty magical.

If you catch it on a clear night, the sunset looks stunning.

At the end, you're so far away from shore that you feel like you're out in the middle of the ocean.

After you take a stroll on the pier, you can grab a bite to eat at one of the restaurants that line the oceanside street.

I went straight to the first place I saw with fish 'n' chips on the menu, called Charlie Don't Surf.

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It served amazing fresh fish and had a super cool atmosphere inside. Plus you get a view of the ocean while you eat.

It made for the perfect date night, and it's only 45 minutes from Vancouver!

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The caves, in Hope, B.C., are actually a series of tubes that are connected above ground, according to the Atlas Obscura website, and you can go and hike through them. Beware though, because the area has been cited as a place to see the legendary Bigfoot.

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