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River Rafting in British Columbia

River rafting is one of the most pleasurable activities out there, if not rigorous since you sometimes have to paddle your way through rapids and all. But, of course, what would river rafting be if you are denied of enjoying a panoramic view? In the Rockies in British Columbia, there are several places that offer the grandeur and excitement all at once. The Rockies region is home to wildlife and is teeming of lush

Dude Ranches in British Columbia

As we all know, dude ranches, or guest ranches, are ranches that cater to tourists and visitors. Its history was derived from Americans who wanted to romanticize histories related to the American Frontier. Since there are those who wanted to experience the western American life by traveling its vast territories, these ranches were built so that those who are willing to travel there would not have to undergo the har

Camping in British Columbia

British Columbia is blessed with high, beautiful mountains. That is why it is not a surprise if camping is one of the most beloved activities in the country. There’s a number of camping sites all over the different regions of British Columbia. To make your location query easier however, this article provides the best location for camping per region. 100 Mile House Camping Location: 100 Mile House, BC, Canada

Experience Chinatown in British Columbia

China Town sprung like a mushroom in almost all over the world also due to the Chinese immigration. Together with this Chinese food has conquered the world by storm. Noodles, dim sum and the hype of using chopsticks has become a constant sight almost anywhere. Yet, despite the commercialization of these Chinese things they say that nothing compares with the authentic ones that can be found in no other than China T

Cycling in The Squamish BC

Squamish is located a bit farther from the North Shore about halfway to Whistler on Highway 99. The place is said to be a location with great air and a perfect place to ride your bicycle. It has a network of one hundred fifty-five marked trail and about three hundred miles if technical single track made for epic loops for the people to ride whole year round. The place is definitely a haven for people who loves ridi

University of British Columbia: Kelowna Campus

The University of British Columbia (UBC) is a province-supported university which was established in 1908. With campuses located in Kelowna and Vancouver, it is rated as one of Canada’s top universities and is known worldwide. The UBC Kelowna campus, which opened in September 2005, is a small university campus which is more known as UBC Okanagan. It is located on the former North Kelowna Campus of Okanagan Un

Lake Louise Ski Resort

Lake Louise offer a stunning backdrop to a ski resort that has become quite a popular destination for many tourists looking for an exciting skiing and snowboarding adventure. Lake Louise is a mountain lake that is located right in the middle of Banff National Park in the Canadian Rockies. The lake is approximately 115 miles west of Calgary and 36 miles west of the town of Banff. It is a spectacular location surroun

Snowboarding in British Columbia

The winter experience in British Columbia is invigorating, fun and full of adventure. A haven of majestic blue skies, gust of cold wind and mountains, alpine meadows and hills covered with white blankets of snow, its breathtaking beauty allure tourists to experience the thrill of the mountains, without the fear of sliding down solo. This art of Mother Nature is considered the perfect place for skating, skiing and s

Whistler Blackcomb Ski Resort

And we’re talking the number one ski resort not in Canada but in the world. Ski Magazine has consistently rated Whistler Blackcomb as number one due to its extensive terrain, good snow, and a highly-rated nightlife. The facilities and ski areas are so highly rated that the Village of Whistler will co-host the 2010 Winter Olympic Games with Vancouver.  The Whistler Blackcomb resort were two separate enti

Travel to Britannia Beach, British Columbia

Just a forty-five minute drive up north of Vancouver is a place where you can totally unwind and enjoy year-round outdoor activities and visit various cultural, geological and historical landmarks. This is Britannia Beach, a small unincorporated community in the Squamish-Lillooet Regional District and lies on the Sea-to-Sky Highway on Howe Sound.  The town’s population is about 300. The village’s