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Lions Gate Bridge

4 star rating: Recommended 3 Reviews

The Lions Gate Bridge spans Burrard Inlet, connecting North and West Vancouver with the City Centre, via Stanley Park. Originally opened in 1938, the bridge ...  Read more

Nanaimo

Home of the beloved Nanaimo Bar and the typically splendid panoramas of British Columbia, Nanaimo has become a must-visit destination over the past couple of ...  Read more

Okanagan Valley

British Columbia’s Okanagan Valley is a popular Canadian holiday destination, famous for its warm dry summers, lakeside beaches, vineyards and mountains.  ...  Read more

Pacific Marine Circle Route

The Pacific Marine Circle Route connects some of Vancouver Island’s best coastal scenery with some often overlooked inland natural wonders within a day’s ...  Read more

Peak 2 Peak Gondola

Summer or snow, riding the Peak 2 Peak Gondola in Whistler is a must-do highlight. Gliding along the world’s longest unsupported span, the gondola is also ...  Read more

Queen Elizabeth Park

Come for the views at this 128-acre (52-hectare) park located at Vancouver’s geographic center – it’s the highest point in the city. You can look out over the ...  Read more

Robson Street

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better 1 Review

Locals, international tourists, and recent immigrants - try and count the number of accents you catch as you stroll along here - throng the hotels, ...  Read more

Royal British Columbia Museum

Even if you normally give museums a miss, you won’t want to leave Victoria without dropping into the highly acclaimed Royal British Columbia Museum. From ...  Read more

Sea-to-Sky Highway

Although Highway 99 technically runs from the US border through Vancouver, Squamish and Whistler to the Highway 97 Junction just north of Cache Creek, it’s ...  Read more

Seawall Promenade

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

One of the highlights on a visit to bucolic Stanley Park, as well as Vancouver itself, is a walk or bike ride along the famous Seawall Promenade. The ...  Read more

Shannon Falls

To call Shannon Falls spectacular is an understatement. The falls plunge 1,100 feet (335 meters), making it the third tallest in British Columbia, and it’s ...  Read more

Sidney

Sidney, British Columbia, is often called Sidney-by-the-Sea, and it’s an appropriate name. The town is flanked by Haro Strait, which flows directly into the ...  Read more

Squamish

Squamish isn't nicknamed the Outdoor Recreation Capital of Canada without reason. This former lumber mill town has transformed itself into an outdoor mecca ...  Read more

Squamish Adventure Centre

The Squamish Adventure Centre is a one-stop shop for visitors looking to get out and explore the Outdoor Recreation Capital of Canada with the help of a local ...  Read more

Squamish Lil'wat Cultural Center

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 159 Reviews

The Squamish and Lil’wat people invite you to learn about the cultures of BC First Nations at the Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre in Whistler, ‘where ...  Read more

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