This site is on the Southern tip of North Pender Island. I dove on the South-West side of the point. The topography and marine life is very similar to the "Pender Island Cliffs" dive. There is shore access to this site, but you would have to lower your gear down on a rope and climb down the steep rocks/cliffs. Even I'm not crazy enough to try it (maybe one day), so I took a boat from nearby Bedwell Bay. Underwater, there is a series of walls with sandy ledges here and there. Where the walls meet the sand, the rock is undercut with large overhangs. The rock faces are completely covered with plumose anemones, cup corals, tunicates, hydroid colonies, zoanthids, etc, etc... Very colourful. There were a few basket stars and lots of sea pens. The farther north I swam, the stronger the current became (even though I was diving on slack). The invertebrate life increased as well. I went down to 80 feet, but the walls go much deeper. Due to a plankton/fresh water combo that hit the Southern Gulf Islands (mid August), visibility was down to 20 feet, but it was still an incredible dive site. I'm starting to think that there is no such thing as an "average" dive at the Southern end of the Penders.