Langdale, BC, Canada
Sunshine Coast, British Columbia
Langdale, BC is the main entry point to the lower half of the Sunshine Coast - closest to the community of Gibsons. The Langdale BC Ferry Terminal transports vehicles, cyclists and foot passengers back and forth from the Vancouver mainland to the Sunshine Coast. The total crossing time is 40 mintes and covers a distance of 9.7 nautical miles navigating through Howe Sound and around the islands on the west coast of British Columbia, Canada.
The small village, Langdale BC, was named after Robinson Henry Langdale, a Yorkshireman who came to the coast in 1892. Today Langdale is the location of the BC Ferry Terminal connecting Highway 99 at Horseshoe Bay on the Vancouver mainland to Highway 101 on the Sunshine Coast. A major entry point to the Sunshine Coast.
Access to the BC Ferry Langdale Route: Follow Hwy 101 to Langdale on the southeast coast of the Sechelt Peninsula only 6.4 km (4 mi) south of Gibsons.