Craigellachie & Kay Falls are Two Hidden Gems in BC’s Rocky Mountains
Not long ago we were driving the stretch of Trans-Canada Highway between
Revelstoke. En route we checked out two sites that are well-worth the visit. First stop was Craigellachie, about 25 kilometres east of Sicamous, a great resting stop with really cool history. And not much further down the road is a very impressive waterfall called Kay Falls.
Exploring Quesnel & Area in BC's Cariboo Chilcotin Coast: Nature’s Playground
If there were any natural part of the world that could legitimately earn the catchy moniker of “Outdoor Adventureland,” it might be BC’s own
Cariboo Chilcotin Coast region. It’s also what some might call “Big Sky Country,” reminiscent of cowboys, ranchers and homesteaders – the kind of big open spaces where the land meets the sea and opens into a world of possibilities.
Camping Appreciation Weekend - Make Your Reservation Today
Reserve your campsite for the annual Camping Appreciation Weekend September 11-13, 2020. Due to travel restrictions this summer, camping in BC is even more popular than usual and reservations are a must to secure your piece of the outdoors. Special weekend offers and 5 nights for the price of 4 are available at participating campgrounds. Read more.
For a few months now, we have been reminded almost daily by Health Officials to wash our hands and often. With just over 2700+ pit toilets located in parks all across British Columbia, some argue that while camping it’s not as easy to wash up after a potty break – actually it is. It just takes a little prep before heading out camping or even just out for a day trip.
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