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Travelling in British Columbia

Quarterly Visitors E-Newsletter 

Issue 14, July 2015


Top 5 Hikes Along the Sea to Sky to do this Summer
Garibaldi Lake
Michael Chang is an avid hiker and runs a local online hiking resource called Vancouver Trails.

The Sea To Sky Highway is one of the world's most scenic drives. It takes you from the Vancouver area north through the communities of Squamish, Whistler, Pemberton, and up to Lillooet, passing incredible glacial topped mountains, gorgeous views of Howe Sound, huge waterfalls, and wild canyon rivers. Read more
8 Places to Zip Line in BC
Cheryl Rhodes lives in Cloverdale, BC with her husband Kerry, two dogs, and three horses.

British Columbia is a huge attraction for people who love the outdoors life and everything it can offer. If you seek the thrill of adventure and love nature, catching a ride on a British Columbia zip line combines incredible views, an adrenaline rush, and the insane feeling of weightlessness while soaring over tree tops? Read more
Weekend at Sunshine Coast Resort, Madeira Park, BC

Sunshine Coast Resort
Amy Clausen is an avid camper and the blogger behind

Early in the spring, I happened upon a great online deal for two nights at the Sunshine Coast Resort. I had never been to this particular resort, but it is near Madeira Park, a part of the coast that I love. Read more

Featured Property: Kinbasket Lake Resort, Golden    

Kinbasket Lake Resort 
Located in a hidden valley with spectacular views and close to Glacier National Park and Rogers Pass near Revelstoke, BC is the semi-rustic Kinbasket Lake Resort. The only resort with cabins, RV sites and tenting along the 260 km long Kinbasket Lake, the resort offers an abundance of activities for all ages. Read more

Featured Property: Postill Lake Lodge, Kelowna     

Postill Lake Lodge 
For some of the best fly fishing in the Okanagan, visit Postill Lake Lodge Fishing Resort located between Kelowna and Vernon. Rainbow and Speckled Brook trout are plentiful in the many nearby lakes. As well, boat rentals, swimming, mountain biking and hiking on local trails are also favourites with families who want to get away from it all yet not be too far from urban attractions and other activities. Read more

Travel Tips: Forest Fires Destroy - Be Vigilent 

Forest fires are a very real danger in British Columbia with 2015 being one of the driest and hottest summers on record. Campfires are currently banned throughout most of BC. Please do your part to protect our valuable and beautiful forests. Read more 


Wildfire Management Branch information 

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September 11-12

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