Articles about British Columbia

  • A Perfect Whistler Day
    Laurie Cooper shares her perfect day in British Columbia's mountain resort town of Whistler.
  • A Tour of Vancouver's Wine Country
    Magnificent country estates nestled among rolling hills, fresh farm produce, Llamas, sheep, purebred horses and cattle and of course wine, glorious wine.
  • A Walk on BC’s Wild Side
    Every year, the villagers of Tofino and Ucluelet, on Vancouver Island’s west coast, enjoy front row seats for one of the world’s great animal migrations. In spring, more than 20,000 grey whales cruise by on their way from their winter calving lagoons in Mexico to their summer feeding grounds in the Bering Sea. En route, they pass so close to Vancouver Island they can be spotted from shore with binoculars. Most people, though, prefer to join a whale watching tour to get a closer look at these magnificent animals.
  • Back country skiing in British Columbia
    We’ve compiled a list of some of our favourite back country ski destinations passed Whistler and beyond. Whether you’re looking for a long day out or a 4 day adventure, we’ve got you covered.
  • BC’s Resorts Suit Up for Another Season of Exceptional Snow
    Last year it was all about the snow - and there was plenty of it.
  • Bed and Breakfasts - Romantic and Relaxing
    Unwind and be pampered at a romantic Canadian bed and breakfast.
  • Chilliwack: From Gold to Riverboat Tours
    How many people would plan a trip to see a place too small and unimportant to be mentioned in most travel books? It seems like an unlikely choice, but small cities can have a surprising number of tourist sights and be as diverse and vibrant as many larger centres. Chilliwack, British Columbia, is a good example.
  • Colours of Fall
    Summer passes and the Fall hues are in full display throughout British Columbia.
  • Delta: bird watching
    The majority of Delta is rural and flat, with vast tracts of agricultural land that are wetland-rich, the area makes an appealing winter oasis for thousands of birds that head south along the Pacific Flyway migratory route.
  • Europeans love Canada’s rugged wilderness, especially from the comfort of a rental RV
    Backcountry camping, cooking over an open fire, enjoying spectacular vistas, and potentially viewing wildlife unique to this country. That is the kind of natural appeal that many Europeans are seeking, when they visit Canada.
  • Experience New Heights in Whistler. at the Spa
    "Think Whistler, think snow" is the mantra for many winter enthusiasts; however, some of us have more hedonistic thoughts when we head to the worldly resort in the mountains: "think Whistler, think spa'.
  • Hidden gems in British Columbia
    Discover Canada's desert, drink a glass of local wine, enjoy the arts and explore the parks and reserves.
  • Kelowna: Winsome and Warm
    Step off the plane in Kelowna in the springtime, and your face is immediately caressed with the soft Chinook breeze and the smells of wood and peaches in the air.
  • Kettle Valley Railway and Walking Trails
    I’m sure Andrew McCulloch never thought his life’s work would make so many people happy. As the chief engineer of the Kettle Valley Railway Project at the turn of the century, constructing a rail line through some of the most inhospitable terrain in all of North America was a challenging and colossal undertaking in itself. McCulloch and those who worked to lay Kettle Valley track, far from home and facing considerable hardship and danger on a daily basis, may have never known this engineering marvel would become a treasured conduit for recreation and relaxation for generations of people to come.
  • Penticton water sports
    Nestled between two vast warm water lakes with miles of beach and secret coves, Penticton is well known as a water-lover’s destination no matter what your choice of vessel. Every season, thousands of people enjoy the smooth sand and gentle lapping waves on the beaches of Okanagan and Skaha Lake. Whether you are looking for a relaxing day of dipping with the family, or want to hype-up your adrenaline behind a ski boat, Penticton’s lakes offer something for everyone.
  • Salmon fishing on the West Coast
    Its fall and that means Salmon season! As chum salmon make their way to shallow waters, hunters of these denizens of the deep prepare to partake in the heart stopping, adrenalin inducing thrill that is the Salmon Run!
  • Saltspring Island
    If you are looking for rest and relaxation between arduous West Coast trail hikes and bar hopping in glittery Vancouver, Saltspring Island offers any traveller the perfect refreshment.
  • Small Business BC “Business Start-Up Award” – First Place: James Shearer, Peragro Media
    Peragro Media wins First Place at the annual British Columbia Small Business Award Ceremony
  • Snow-shoeing in Garibaldi Provincial Park
    For people who love the outdoors, Garibaldi Provincial Park is a near-perfect destination. During summer, it is home to a myriad of amazing hikes and in winter its time to strap on your snow-shoes.
  • Springtime in Abundant Kelowna
    As the sun rises in the sky and the days grow longer, the Okanagan valley emerges from the shadows of winter and blossoms, wildflowers, and plants burst forth in a blaze of colour. Spring is a fabulous time of year to visit Kelowna.
  • Summer in British Columbia Turns up the Heat With Funky Festivals, Music and More
    Archery to caber tossing, folk music to fireworks -- you name it, we celebrate it. Every summer, British Columbia's towns and beaches, concert halls and mountain tops light up with festivals offering the best of local and international sports, music, culture, and more.
  • Tread Lightly in British Columbia's Wilderness
    Discover the wondrous natural wilderness in British Columbia.
  • Vancouver - a natural setting
    Vancouver's location surrounded by water and mountains is one of the first things a visitor notices and one many of the city's charms.
  • Vancouver - Naturally West-Coast
    Vancouver’s location in the south-western part of Canada, on the edge of the Pacific Ocean, creates a unique and interesting area for a dynamic and attractive city to develop.
  • Whistler - Accommodations, Skiing & More
    Whistler Resort is critically acclaimed as North America’s best four-season resort. The Resort is well known for skiing and snowboarding on the twin giants, Whistler Blackcomb Mountains.
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