This place is at the end of Baynes Road in the 10-Mile Point area. It's right around the corner from the popular 10-Mile Point dive site. At the end of the road, there is room for a few cars to park and a short climb down to a log-choked, rocky little bay. This coastline faces Baynes Channel, which can get up to 6 knots of current. I've already been diving at nearby Smuggler's Cove so I figured I'd have a look here too. I showed up on a day with a nice, long slack in the early afternoon (Jan. 29, 2010). After wading through the floating logs near the shore I descended at the entrance to the bay. There were the usual-for-this-area silty reefs with red seaweed and stalked kelp going down to about 30 feet deep. Below that, the rocks seemed more current-swept. There was not much silt and lots of urchins. Between the reefs there were bright areas of white, crushed-shell sand. There were also lots of giant barnacles, warty tunicates and sunflower stars. These reefs went down to about 45-50 feet deep at high tide. Visibility was around 10-15 feet. At the base of the reefs there was a gentle slope of shells and pebbles. I followed it out to 60 feet deep and didn't see any more reefs. I swam towards Ten Mile Point for awhile, but didn't reach any deeper, rocky areas. The reef still ended at 45 feet or so. I swam back towards my entry-point bay and had a look at the part of the reef out to the right (when looking out from shore). It still ended at 45-50 feet, but here there were some smaller reefs stretching out into Baynes Channel. I followed them out for quite a while, but still didn't get deeper than 60 feet. There were the same urchins and giant barnacles on these rocks. There were hardly any anemones. I only saw 2 closed-up plumose down here. I also saw a balled-up old fishing net snagged on the bottom. There weren't many fish either, just a few kelp greenlings. With the less than ideal visibility and the soon-to-be changing current (I could already feel a slight flow), I didn't want to go out too far so I swam back to the reefs near the bay and hung around near shore for the rest of my dive. I don't think I'll be back. It was a decent dive, but there's too much underwater competition around the city for most divers to bother coming here.