Know Before You Go
There are two locations that offer ideal views of the Narrows: North Point and Roland Point. North Point is located atop a small bluff, with a wide vista of the inlet below. Roland Point (where the GPS coordinates lead) is located at the water line, and gives the best views of the intense rapids. Be careful if stepping out onto the smooth rocks along the water's edge.
Generally accessible only by vehicle. Head towards Earl's Cove at the northern tip of the Sunshine Coast (which itself is accessible via a passenger-and-vehicle ferry from Horseshoe Bay, north of Vancouver). Just before Earl's Cove turn right toward Egmont.
There is a roadside parking lot across from the Egmont Heritage Centre, with public parking intended for the Narrows. The trail begins at the lot, and connects with Doriston Highway. Follow the road past a local bakery (an excellent stop before the hike proper). Note that Doriston has no parking and leads only the park, and to private property. Be courteous of residents. Follow the road to reach the park, and the narrows.
A large sign near the entrance of the park informs visitors of current park status, and ideal times to visit the narrows based on recent activity.