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.
This popular cruise port is a world-class city — and it’s well worth exploring.
This Canadian ranch mixes cowboy flair with Thai design for an unforgettable stay.
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.
When stupendous isn’t good enough, try the general store’s ultimate jawbreakers. Just don’t be late for school.
Vancouver sets a high standard for accessibility: sidewalk dining, lift-equipped busses and roll-on ferry access is easy to find.
The heli-ride is just the beginning of an adventure to Bald Mountain in the Canadian Rockies.
Kayaking Vancouver Island waters brings teens and parents closer to common ground.
Sturdy 4-wheel-drive vehicles lug passengers up 4,000 feet of dirt road to a Bavarian-style lodge and a maze of hiking trails.
Wedged between mountains and sea, this Canadian city is pleasant on the eyes – and the palate
British Columbia’s capital is a complex blend of British Empire–era trappings and modern-day influences.
A seaside stroll and a forest walk in Nanaimo offer a chance to get back to nature.