British Columbia is a mecca for outdoor and adventure lovers, as there is a multitude of activities available, and is well known for activities like hiking, boating,… Read more »
The Guinness World Records have been around since 1954 and was created by Sir Hugh Beaver who was the Managing Director of the Guinness Brewery at the… Read more »
The coastline of the province makes up 10% of the Canadian coastline, so taking a scenic cruise to explore the area is worthwhile. There are 40,000 islands… Read more »
Kootenay National Park was created way back in 1920, as a means to create a new road through the Rockies, and visitors are now so thankful that it was. The incredible beauty of the area is found in every waterfall, river, crevasse, mountaintop, and valley. You can explore by car or on foot, or a mixture of the two, whichever suits you best. Part of the UNESCO Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks World Heritage Site, there are no towns within the park itself, but accommodations can be found nearby in Radium Hot Springs, and Banff.
The province abounds with beautiful mountains and canyons, so it makes sense that there are a variety of caves and tunnels to explore. Some are easily accessed,… Read more »
British Columbia is full of fun and wild adventures that are great for people of all ages and abilities. Zipline courses dot the mountains throughout the province… Read more »
British Columbia has some amazing sites and the number of suspension bridges available to take you to areas with excellent views are many. With a variety of… Read more »
Let’s face it, British Columbia has some of the most scenic vistas in the entire country. With a mixture of ocean, mountains, valleys, lakes, vineyards, waterfalls, orchards… Read more »
There is much to discover in Canada’s National Parks and not being able to get to them physically shouldn’t stop you from enjoying the fabulous natural areas… Read more »
Considered B.C.’s adventure playground, this area is perfect for all the outdoor activities that you would potentially want to experience. From gorgeous mountains to beautiful valleys, difficult hikes to easy adventurous activities, there is something for every age group and ability. The Kootenay Rockies is home to a multitude of provincial and national parks, along with plenty of lakes, rivers and mountains, which create one of the best regions in the country to enjoy both winter and summer fun outside. Here are 50 outdoor adventures in Kootenay Rockies:
Whether you are looking for secluded, undeveloped springs, or those that feature other services and amenities, British Columbia has a multitude of hot springs available for travellers… Read more »
Kelowna and the Central Okanagan region is one of Canada’s tourism hot spots – and it’s easy to see why. From award-winning ski resorts to year round wine country, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Start planning now for an incredible winter getaway.
Golden BC is a must-stop on the world-renowned Powder Highway – and it won’t take long for you to figure out why it’s a favourite for tourists of all ages. Experience all that this mountain locale has to offer and discover what it is that makes a trip to Golden, well…golden!
Winter doesn’t necessarily mean it’s time to head somewhere tropical. Fresh snow, mountain views, and thriving culture mean Kamloops is a destination for everyone. Find the winter adventure or relaxing trip you’re looking for.
Winter in Salmon Arm and the surrounding area just can’t be beat. From outdoor activities, year round wineries, provincial park, and so much more, it’s perfect for the whole family. Dress warm and get ready to experience all winter has to offer.
Part of the powder highway, there’s no surprise that there is so much outdoor adventure to be had in Nelson and the Central Kootenay Region. But that’s by no means the only reason to visit! Take a look at some of the attractions – both inside and out.