Some of the best beaches on BC's Sunshine Coast are hidden away and easily missed if you're not looking for the "beach access" signs along the highway (or if you don't have a handy-dandy map like we do).
Jack & Browning
In the video, we reference this as beach access #01 (because it's the first beach access we visited) but it's actually #21 (Jack & Browning) on the District of Sechelt Beach Access map. Yes, it's admittedly confusing and yes, we should have realized that in the first place but we didn't so here we are. I'll rectify it in future videos.
The aforementioned Beach Access map says that the Jack & Browning access point is "a forested flat trail" that brings you to "a viewing platform and access to a secluded, rugged stretch of shoreline."
Our review is that it's an easy walk from the car to a beach with lots of flat rock shelves and interesting patterns in the rocks.
Beach Access map
For an up-to-date map of beach accesses on the Sunshine Coast, visit the District of Sechelt's website: http://www.sechelt.ca/Play/Parks-Recreation/Beach-Accesses