Vancouver is one of the best cities in Canada that offers the perfect blend of urban and outdoor adventures.
It’s Canada’s winter destination, but Whistler is one of the best places to visit in British Columbia in summer too.
The Britannia Mine Museum is a fascinating walk through time and there are plenty of waterfalls and hiking trails and whitewater rafting around Squamish.
This drive up the rugged and remote stretch of the BC coast is one of Canada’s best-kept secrets.
Lund is the jumping-off point for Desolation Sound and it is easy to book tours from the Lund Resort at Klah a Men.
The Okanagan Valley is one of Canada’s premier wine-producing regions.
This town not only has a glorious wine scene but there’s also a fabulous food scene, distilleries, and outdoor activities galore.
Despite its name, Vancouver Island is two hours away from the city by ferry and is one of the best places to visit in British Columbia.
Another nature-lovers escape, Kamloops has everything you could want to get outside.
Revelstoke is often overlooked for Whistler, but this mountain playground is a great alternative to the more popular ski resorts.
Located just 35 minutes from Revelstoke, you can tick off two Canada National Parks while making a base in Revelstoke.
British Columbia is blessed with parks and wide-open spaces and Yoho National Park is another beautiful place to visit in BC.
A highlight of Kootenay National Park is Marble Canyon where you can hike through the narrow gorge.
We can’t leave out British Columbia’s Provincial Parks and this Kokanee Glacier Provincial Park is one of the oldest provincial parks in Canada.
Located in the heart of Gold Rush country, Hell’s Gate can be visited by taking a gondola down into the Fraser Canyon.
This was a feat of engineering as the 5 tunnels were blasted and built-in 1914. It is just a 3.5 km round trip, but completely worth stopping to see.
A surfer’s paradise, UNESCO Clayoquot Sound Biosphere Region is a biodiverse ecosystem with old-growth rainforests and dramatic coastlines.
There are few epic trails that can compete with British Columbia’s West Coast Trail.
The Capital City of British Columbia is located on Vancouver Island and is named after Queen Victoria with tudor-style buildings lining its waterfront.