Travelling in British Columbia
June/July 2019 - Issue 34
Island Hopping on Northern Vancouver Island, BC: Port McNeill to Sointula
Island hopping is alive and well on Northern Vancouver Island. From Port McNeill – a quiet town where logging history runs deep – BC Ferries offers service to two geographically close but culturally diverse islands that are well worth exploring - Malcolm and Cormorant Islands – perhaps better known as Sointula and Alert Bay. Read more.
Nanaimo, British Columbia Raises the Bar
Sitting along the water’s edge, and dotted with grand ferries along its shoreline, it only takes one visit to see why Nanaimo is called “The Harbour City.” This picturesque city on the east coast of Vancouver Island presents history, quaint storefronts, spectacular views and pretty beaches. Read more.
Camping Appreciation Weekend September 13-15, 2019.
Syéxw Chó:leqw Adventure Park, BC: Biking and Beyond
A true blink-and-you’ll-miss-it destination, the new Syéxw Chó:leqw Adventure Park near Ruby Creek – on Highway 7 between Agassiz and Hope – offers excellent beginner trail riding and adventures for all ages. Read more.
Hot Springs and Heritage Circle Tour, British Columbia
The Hot Springs and Heritage Circle Tour is a great way to start the touring season, soaking your way through the scenic Kootenay Rockies. Home to national parks, snow-capped mountains, and a quirky counter-culture, the Kootenay Rockies region is dotted with natural hot springs world-renowned for their healing qualities. These springs and pools are a great vantage point for soaking in breathtaking natural surroundings. Read more.
Be Wildfire Savvy This Summer: Keep BC Beautiful for All to Enjoy
Wildfires are a very real danger in British Columbia. If you spot a fire or a column of smoke while travelling through the province, call and report it to the BC Wildfire Service at 1-800-663-5555 or hands free at *5555 on your cell phone. Read more.
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