British Columbia (BC) sits between the Pacific Ocean and the Rocky Mountains and is the westernmost province of Canada. It’s known to be the most beautiful and diverse province in the country, ranging from rugged coastlines to immense mountain ranges and lush rainforests full of wildlife. The nature and outdoor possibilities are endless here. In this video we’ll show 14 incredible places you have to visit in BC. They are NOT in order of preference, becaues it would be too hard to rank them!
The 14 Places to Visit in BC British Columbia include:
Whistler is a resort town in western British Columbia, situated approximately 125 km or 78 miles north of Vancouver. It’s Canada’s most famous skiing and snowboarding destination.
13. Garibaldi Provincial Park
Located about 30 km or 18.6 mi to the south of Whistler, Garibaldi Provincial Park is known for its natural beauty and its endless hiking opportunities.
12. the Sunshine Coast
The Sunshine Coast is located north of Vancouver along the Strait of Georgia in British Columbia. It is a 180 km or 112 miles stretch of paradise, surrounded by sandy beaches, endless mountain peaks, dense forests and small towns.
Frequently ranked among the world’s most beautiful and livable cities, Vancouver is a bustling seaport in British Columbia. It’s one of Canada’s densest and most ethnically diverse cities, bounded by beautiful mountains, forests and beaches.
10. Okanagan Valley
The Okanagan Valley is located in the south-center of British Columbia and stretches over 250 kms or 155 miles, from Osoyoos in the south to Vernon in the north. It’s known for its dry, sunny climate and beautiful wineries.
9. Yoho National Park
Yoho National Park lies on the western slopes of the Canadian Rockies, in eastern British Columbia. It’s home to some of the most beautiful waterfalls, with outstanding hiking and sightseeing opportunities.
8. Kootenay National Park
Kootenay National Park is another breathtaking region situated in the Canadian Rockies. The Banff-Windermere Highway cuts through the park from Banff National Park in the north to Radium Hot Springs in the south.
7. Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park
Mount Assiniboine Provincial Park is a true hidden gem in the Canadian Rockies and British Columbia. Filled with sparkling glacial lakes and awe-inspiring alpine meadows, it’s a world-class playground for hiking, climbing, camping, and other outdoor activities.
6. Vancouver Island
Located off the southwestern mainland of BC, Vancouver Island stretches for 460kms (286 miles), from British Columbia’s thriving capital of Victoria in the south to Cape Scott’s wilderness and hidden beaches in the north.
5. Gulf Islands
There are 15 Gulf Islands that lie between Vancouver Island and the mainland of British Columbia, with an abundance of wildlife, nature, coastal activities, and laid-back atmosphere.
Sitting about halfway between Whistler and Vancouver, Squamish is a small authentic town, but its outdoor activities and scenic vistas are what makes this place special.
3. Wells Gray Provincial Park
Wells Gray Provincial Park is just on the edge of the Canadian Rockies, near the border of Alberta. It’s famous for its wealth of cascading waterfalls, formed rivers and lakes that were carved by ancient volcanoes and glaciers.
2. Mount Robson Provincial Park
Being home to the highest peak in the Canadian Rockies and the second highest in BC, Mount Robson Provincial Park a comprises some of the most remote valleys, awe-inspiring lakes, and mysterious mountain peaks.
1. Mt. Revelstoke National Park
Mt. Revelstoke is located right outside the town of Revelstoke in the east of British Columbia and relatively small in size compared to other parks. It’s famous for its blend of colorful wildflowers and compelling history
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