Pay Parking at West Vancouver Climbing Trails

Pay parking went into impact at three common West Vancouver mountaineering trails, together with Lighthouse Park, Whytecliff Park, and Nelson Canyon (Whyte Lake Trailhead).

The District of West Vancouver voted in 2023 to cost guests to those parks $3.75 per hour plus taxes and costs to park, which quantities to a complete of $5.23 per hour. For instance, if you happen to plan to spend just a few hours at Lighthouse Park which is an effective period of time for a hike and to benefit from the views, it’ll value you $15.69.

To pay for parking, customers might want to scan a QR code posted on an indication on the park or use the cellphone apps hangTag or PayByPhone. There are not any machines that settle for money or bank cards.

The parking charges went into impact on February 12, 2024 and there’s a $98 high-quality via Impark for not paying.

If in case you have issues about this parking coverage, you possibly can contact the District of West Vancouver.

What do you concentrate on pay parking at trails? A number of different mountaineering areas have additionally carried out paid parking through the summer season months, together with Lynn Headwaters Regional Park and trails starting from Lions Bay. Tell us what you assume within the feedback beneath.