With the kids back at school and summer now likely to be a distant and vague memory, we have officially fallen into fall. But, of course, the cooler temperatures bring with it a perfect season to finally harvest – and benefit from – BC’s lush, verdant and fruitful landscape. In fact, the Fraser Valley offers up many reasons to celebrate the fall season...
Road Tripping in British Columbia's South Okanagan
Fall may be upon us but there is still time for a trip to the sunny Okanagan where the spectacular orchards and vineyards offer fruit and wines in abundance, plus there are ample opportunities for adventures.
Time To Make Plans For Your BC Winter Camping/RVing Trip
Just because winter is approaching doesn’t mean that you have to take a hiatus from camping in British Columbia. For instance, did you know that there are some 60 private campgrounds/RV parks in BC open year-round?
A Northern Vancouver Island Trip to Include in Your 2019 Travel Plans
Once you head north of Campbell River, you get the distinct feeling that you are truly heading into the wilderness. As the miles stretch on and you see nothing but trees, mountains, and the occasional glimmer of water, the meaning of the tag line “escape into nature” really begins to sink in.
Online Campground Booking at Privately Operated Parks
Travel-British-Columbia.com is now offering online direct booking of privately-operated campgrounds in BC. Currently there are 19 campgrounds that have enrolled to offer this service but there are an additional 320 campgrounds/RV parks that you can call directly to book.
Winter Weather Driving in British Columbia
From late October to April the weather can serve up winter driving conditions in all parts of British Columbia. This varies from wet roads to fog to snow and ice. Colder temperatures always challenge a vehicle while winter driving demands the vehicle's best possible performance. Read more.
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