Vancouver Getaway

Vancouver Getaway

Wedged between mountains and sea, this Canadian city is pleasant on the eyes – and the palate
Victoria

Victoria: Branching Out from its Empire Roots

British Columbia’s capital is a complex blend of British Empire–era trappings and modern-day influences.
Kayaking in B.C.

Kayaking Vancouver Island with Teens

Kayaking Vancouver Island waters brings teens and parents closer to common ground.
The ship docks at many different ports.

Cruising the Pacific Coast: From California to Canada

Explore wine country via cruise ship, visiting top attractions along the way.
Barrier-free travel

Accessible Vancouver: Getting Around in a Favorite B.C. City

Vancouver sets a high standard for accessibility: sidewalk dining, lift-equipped busses and roll-on ferry access is easy to find.
Evening light fades in the Queen Charlotte Islands. Flickr/Dale Simonson

Land of Giants: Canada’s Queen Charlotte Islands

Kayaks and canoes provide the only access to many parts of Canada's remote Queen Charlotte Islands in British Columbia. From ancient forests to hidden bays, exploring the Queen Charlotte Islands is an unforgettable experience.
Fishing in B.C.

Retreat from the Wilderness: Mice and Misadventures

A relaxing weekend trip to a wilderness lake goes awry when mice show up … and that’s just the beginning.

Skiing in BC: Canadian Winter Fun

Earn your powder stripes in British Columbia.

Snowy Solitude: Callaghan Country Lodge

Sailing down a snowy tubing slope and across a frozen lake isn’t the only winter activity making visitors smile at this B.C. lodge.
Train trip through the Fraser Valley

Rocky Mountaineer Rail Tour

A trip through North America by train is much more of a journey than a destination.
Visiting the Vancouver Lookout is a great trip idea for families.

48 Hours in Vancouver, British Columbia

This popular cruise port is a world-class city -- and it's well worth exploring.
Olympic Skiing Whistler

Video: Ski with an Olympian in British Columbia

Spend the day with an Olympian on the slopes of Whistler Blackcomb.

Bears, Biking, Axes & Bungees: Whistler in Spring

While Whistler is best known as a winter ski destination and summer hot spot in British Columbia, the spring “shoulder season” offers its own excitement.
A horse packing trip in British Columbia offers adventure and incredible views. Photo by Tsylos Lodge

Horse Packing Adventure in British Columbia

A horse pack trip is one of the best ways to explore the Chilcotin Plateau in British Columbia, one of the last great wilderness areas in North America that is relatively untouched by mankind.

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