Travelling in British Columbia
December 2017 - Issue 25
Take a Camping Trip in British Columbia this Winter
Just because the summer camping season is now history doesn't mean you have to pack up your RV or other camping equipment. Many campgrounds are open year round and offer great low rates! Read more.
5 Great Holiday Gifts for the Outdoor Enthusiast & Travel Aficionado
Here are five gifts that are the newest must haves for the hiker, walker, camper and traveler who enjoys year-round local staycations as well as those who need devices and gadgets to aid in the successful family vacation. Read more.
6 Amazing "Undiscovered Restaurants" in Vancouver, Coast & Mountains, BC
When you think about dining in the Vancouver area the hottest restaurants often have a crazy reservation list, or even worse, there are line-ups, but what about when you want an amazing, but more low-key meal? There are so many places to eat in the region and we’ve done some research and present the following “undiscovered” restaurants for your dining pleasure. Read more.
Family-Friendly Snowshoeing Trails in Manning Park, BC
Snowshoeing is a great way to get out and get active with your family. Manning Provincial Park, 45 minutes beyond Hope, provides numerous trails to explore. One weekend this winter, grab your family and friends, cross your fingers for clear skies, and get going! Read more.
Fun Winter Activities for the Whole Family in Whistler, BC
The famous resort of Whistler is known for its popular ski runs and spectacular views, as well as hosting winter events not just for the adventurous skiers, but for the whole family. However, during a trip there last winter with my family I discovered there are plenty of activities for all ages that made our Whistler visit a memorable experience. Read more.
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