BRITISH COLUMBIA

Let British Columbia into your soul and it will live in you forever. Canada’s west coast overflows with wild beauty ready to explore. Cities sit nestled between the vast mountain ranges, rolling waves of the Pacific Ocean and rainforests brimming with life—all of it connected by a labyrinth of rivers and lakes.

Each season brings fresh beauty to the landscape and new opportunities for adventure. You can pause in the stillness of nature and feel rejuvenated in the midst of the pristine world that simply exists. Hike the mountains that overlook your kayak trip from the day before. Ski down the face of a hill you conquered on your bike just months earlier. Surf. Swim. Walk. Breathe.

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In British Columbia there is always another trail, lake or hidden oasis to explore. Whether you like to venture off the beaten path or stick to the safety of a road well travelled, you will find plenty of both within this beautiful province. Come here to catch your breath, refresh your spirit and immerse yourself in the adventures to be had in the natural world.

And I promise you that—if nothing else—the brilliance of a west coast sunset will have you leaving a piece of your heart in BC.

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EXPLORE BRITISH COLUMBIA

FUN FACTS ABOUT

BRITISH COLUMBIA

  • BC is more than double the size of California
  • BC encompasses six distinct regions—each with their own captivating landscape
  • Vancouver Island is a quick ferry or float plane ride from mainland Vancouver
  • Vancouver Island stretches 460 kilometres from tip to tip and is home to our province’s capital city of Victoria
  • You will find the very best combinations of urban and untamed adventures within the boundaries of the Vancouver Coast and Mountains region of BC
  • It is here you can visit Whistler,—North America’s largest ski resort and year-round mountain destination—and take a walk on the Seawall in Stanley Park
  • The Thompson Okanagan is where you’ll find many Vancouver locals spending their vacation days
  • The southeastern corner of British Columbia is home to the raw and rugged region of the KootenayRockies
  • The Cariboo Chilcotin Coast is home to the Great Bear Rainforest which is the only place in the world where you can find the Spirit bear—a subspecies of black bear that is completely white in colour