British Columbia

Exploring the westernmost province of Canada

B.C. is the adventure capital of Canada, with 25,000km of coastline, the emminently liveable city of Vancouver, Ski magazine's #1 ski resort complex in North America at Whistler Blackcomb (in fine fettle after being upgraded for the Winter Olympics of 2010), the Victorian charms of Victoria and Vancouver Island, amazing First Nations cultures, a burgeoning wine country along the postcard lakes of the Okanagan Valley, a string a national parks to explore, and seemingly endless expanses of the Great North Woods spread over a staggaring 997 provincial parks.

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Reinventing the Okanagan - British Columbia's Okanagan Valley is where the Lake District meets Napa Valley meets the Wild West, a formerly sleepy retirement haven of orchards and vineyards being reinvented by dream-chasing Canadian entrepreneurs who are turning their hobbies and obsessions into successful tourism businesses... Full Story

Hiking the Continental Divide in British ColumbiaThe unsung parks of Western Canada - Troop 116 takes a quick spin through the Western Canada provinces of BC and Alberta: Biking Mt. Revelstoke National Park, hiking in Yoho National Park, driving right through Glacier National Park unawares, and clambering over the Continental Divide somewhere in the Canadian Rockies... Full Story

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This article was by Reid Bramblett and last updated in August 2013.
All information was accurate at the time.

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