Travelling in British Columbia

August 2017 - Issue 23
Be Inspired by the Majesty of the Mountains that is the Kootenay Rockies
The best way to describe the Kootenay Rockies is as Canada's most stunning mountain scenery. Year after year, visitors are dazzled by the enormity of the mountains that rise up from the region's valleys. Read more.
Drive the Pacific Marine Circle Tour on Vancouver Island, BC
The Pacific Marine Circle Tour is a 290 km (170 mi) journey incorporating both of Vancouver Island's coasts, and offers beautiful views of the Juan De Fuca, Haro, and Georgia straights. The quiet ambiance of the island relaxes visitors and offers views of mountains, forests and ocean-side towns. This short tour is best experienced over 2 to 4 days and will make you fall in love with southern Vancouver Island. Read more.
Camping Appreciation Weekend: Special Deals September 8/9 - Book Now!
Participating campgrounds in BC and across Canada are offering special pricing during Camping Appreciation Weekend September 8/9, 2017. Read more .
BC Wildfires Localized - Most Areas Clear & Operators Looking Forward to Seeing you this Summer
The air quality for most of BC is clean and clear so don't just cancel your holiday because you think wildfires have taken over. Yes, there are a few areas of the province dealing with wildfires, but for the most part we are open for business as usual. For more information there are links you can check including: Wildfire Status and Air Quality Index.
2017/2018 Super Camping/Select Lodging Guide
Pick up a free copy of the Super Camping/Select Lodging Guide at a BC Visitor Info Centre or check the online flip book for the accommodations you are looking for.
Tips to Combat the Pesky Mosquito this Summer
Most of us who enjoy the outside during the spring, summer and early fall months have encountered a mosquito bite or two from these pesky little flies who play an important meal role for birds, bats, spiders, fish and others – but are ever-so-hated by humans. Read more.
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