Located in the southeastern corner of the province, the Kootenay Rockies region of BC embraces five different mountain ranges, including the western ranges of the Canadian Rockies, creating breathtaking vistas and river valleys and providing a...
The Thompson Okanagan region of BC has semi-arid deserts, vast wilderness parks, and some of the most fertile farmland in the province. There are mountains, meadows, lakes, rivers, waterfalls, rolling hills, and thick forests.
The Coast Salish, Nuu-chah-nulth and Kwakwakaw’akw people have long navigated the waters of the Pacific Ocean around Vancouver Island.
This is the most populated region of BC with stunning geography ranging from oceans to mountains, and includes temperate rainforests, alpine peaks, lakes, fjords, and fertile valley delta lands.
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From cities like Vancouver, Victoria, and Whistler to wilderness destinations like the Great Bear Rainforest, here’s an overview of where to go in BC.
Come together with Indigenous culture and community.
Get your round in at an Indigenous-owned golf course, with professional services for the novice to the master.
Meet the power of the Pacific Ocean, cast from the shores of winding rivers, or cast your line into a calm lake.