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When snow starts falling and winter winds start howling, it can be tempting to hole your family up indoors and take a shot at hibernating until the spring thaw comes. But as alluring as a crackling fire, cozy blankets and a...
It’s only a 40-minute ferry ride to Langdale from Horseshoe Bay, but there’s something about sailing towards the Sunshine Coast, something about leaving the bustle of the city behind you as you glide towards the promise of peacefulness. It makes...
There is something magical about autumn in British Columbia. Red colours the leaves, rain coaxes out the fresh scent of the forest, snow begins to dust the mountain tops again and the water is still temping enough for a swim—for...
Walking through the streets of downtown Vancouver, I often look up at the flying birds above me as they coast in-between the towering buildings and imagine what they must see. What a view, I think to myself, as they sail...
Kelownafornians are notorious dog lovers. You’ll find adventurers exploring with their pups throughout this lake-side city. Whether you’re walking your dog or your dog is walking you, there are plenty of amazing dog-friendly trails to choose from in Kelowna. Below...
With mossy, emerald forests, sapphire ocean waves and hilly, untouched islands, Haida Gwaii is easily one of the most incredible places to hike in Canada. Here are ten trails to trek on your next visit. Length: 10 kmTime: 5 - 8...
Vancouver Island is a natural escape for explorers. Wild waves curl for surfers, dense forests provide the perfect setting for camping trips and towering mountains beckon to eager hikers and their four-legged hiking companions. There are plenty of places near...
Jagged, rocky peaks; emerald alpine lakes and blankets of evergreen are just a few of the features that make BC’s Glacier National Park so picturesque. The park seems made for postcards featuring a quintessentially Canadian mountain landscape. But if you’re...
That's my main thought as I sit on the upper deck of the floating lodge, letting the sunshine warm my legs after a kayak and a dip in the salty waves in front of me. In the lounge to my...
There’s nothing quite as satisfying as a hike in the majestic Rocky Mountains. A visit to Kootenay National Park—with its crystal-clear rivers, spectacular glacier views, cascading waterfalls and natural hot springs—is the perfect place to remind yourself of that. Intersected...
Travel north of Vancouver for about two hours along the epic Sea to Sky Highway and you’ll hit Whistler. Famous for its ski slopes that hosted the 2010 Olympics and its summer mountain biking scene, Whistler has more to offer...
Not only is Vancouver blessed with sandy beaches and ocean access, the Lower Mainland is populated with numerous beautiful lakes. From salty waves near downtown to warmer shores in the Fraser Valley and even a river with raging rapids, here...
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