Updated: Thu, 13 Oct 2011 08:44:51 GMT | By Diane Selkirk, Contributor, MSN Travel
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Where: Belcarra regional park, Vancouver, Canada

The scene in the latest instalment of the Twilight saga, Eclipse, when Riley (Xavier Samuel) emerges from the water with an army of newborn vampires behind him sends chills down the spine. Thankfully Belcarra beach, where the scene was shot, is typically vampire-free. The site of an old aboriginal village, you're more likely to stumble over an arrowhead here than a ghoul.

Belcarra is found up Indian Arm - a wild fjord just outside of the City of Vancouver. Along with the small sandy beach and rocky tidal pools the park also has 30km of hiking and bike trails.

How to get to Belcarra beach


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