The spot is south west facing and basks in the sunshine right until the sun sets at night. The crisp and refreshing sea water is great and quite warm. You can jump here pretty comfortably from May until September. Many good people put in much time, effort, and even money improving and maintaining this place, so please treat it with respect and take out your garbage and maybe that of others when you leave. Also, the residents are kind enough to let us use a section of their parking lot, so be respectful, don't change in the lot, try not to be too loud, and keep the area clean.
There are a several cliff zones. The main zone has cliffs from 20-30 feet, depending on the tide. Around the corner is a large bluff with cliffs from 30-50 feet. There's a 60 footer hidden around the corner as well, but it jumps blind over a convex shelf to make the landing. Depending on your luck, there may be features built too - a diving board and rope swing occasionally grace these cliffs.
To get here, you have to walk about 1.5 km south on the train tracks from the parking lot and the trail to the cliffs is about 100 meters after the 17.5 marker. Walk the tracks and it should be pretty obvious where to go. Amazing place. Please treat it with respect, clean up, and be nice to the residents.
To get here from Vancouver, ttake the Sea to Sky highway 99, take the Kelvin Grove exit, cross the overpass, hang a left and follow it all the way down the hill. Park in the parking lot and try to get a visitor's spot. Now walk down the train tracks as previously explained.