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Plan your next British Columbia adventure vacation. The BC Travel Guide includes British Columbia accommodations, attractions, tours, guides, activities, parks, trails, places, & more things to do.

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Plan your next adventure vacation in British Columbia Canada.

Accommodations, attractions, tours, guides, activities, parks, trails, places, & more.

British Columbia is the most westerly province in Canada. The BC mainland and the islands rest on the shores of the Pacific Ocean. The British Columbia coastline extends over 27,000 kilometres long and over half of the province has little to no human interaction. 

Capital City of British Columbia Canada

The capital of British Columbia, Canada is the City of Victoria located on the southern tip of Vancouver Island. Victoria is known as the "Cycling Capital of Canada" and the "City of Gardens". 

British Columbia, Canada Highlights

Cranberries and blueberries (top 3 producer in the world); world’s largest hockey stick (located in Duncan BC); “The Hanging Garden Tree” on Meares Island (oldest red cedar tree on record at a ripe old age of 1500+ years old); Nanaimo Bathtub Racing Capital of the World (Nanaimo); the longest unsupported cable car in the world (Whistler); Kermode Bear ( the white bear "Spirit Bear" only found in BC); black bears (1/4 live in BC); Pacific Flyway (migration route over BC for millions of birds); last spike (the completion of Canada's railway in Craigellachie); and the oldest Chinatown in Canada (Victoria). 

Featured Parks, Trails and Places of Interest in British Columbia, Canada

British Columbia has the 2nd largest parks system in Canada. Some of the highlights in BC include Della Falls in Strathcona Provincial Park (highest waterfall in Canada measuring 440 metres high); Tweedsmuir Park (BC's largest provincial park measuring at 989,000 hectares); Osoyoos Lake (warmest freshwater lake in Canada); longest river in BC (Fraser River measuring 1400 kms); Khutzeymateen Provincial Park (Canada's only Grizzly Bear Reserve); Wineries (there are said to be over 870 vineyards in BC); and the Pacific Crest Trail (northern entrance to one of the worlds longest trails is in Manning Park).

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    Kalamalka Lake is known as a 'Maral Lake' meaning it has an abundance of calcium carbonate (limestone). In the warmer months, these Carbonates form crystals that reflect the sun, producing this stunning colour.

    Hike to...
    Kalamalka Lake is known as a 'Maral Lake' meaning it has an abundance of calcium carbonate (limestone). In the warmer months, these Carbonates form crystals that reflect the sun, producing this stunning colour.

    Hike to Rattlesnake Point (4km easy roundtrip) in Kalamalka Lake Provincial Park to get a 180 view over Kal Lake.
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    Samantha Sewell created a new event

    Field Of Screams 2021 Zombie Apocalypse

    Local favourite and the anticipated event is back after taking a year off! O'keefe Ranch will once again host the Feild Of Screams haunted corn mazes, with this year's theme of "Zombie Apocalypse".
    This year's event will look slightly different, all attendees must purchase tickets in advance via...
    Local favourite and the anticipated event is back after taking a year off! O'keefe Ranch will once again host the Feild Of Screams haunted corn mazes, with this year's theme of "Zombie Apocalypse".
    This year's event will look slightly different, all attendees must purchase tickets in advance via the field of screens website. There are limited tickets available for each time, and each night.
    There are times between 7 and 10 pm (although gates will open for 7 pm tickets at 6:30pm).
    This year there will be four mazes each themed to "Zombie Applocolips and ticket opinions for all mazes or just one. There will even be a ticket option this year for a "VIP pass" where you and your party can skip the lines! Three of the mazes will have actors, props, etc. and one will have none, where they dare you to walk through without your flashlight, the catch is we don't know which maze it is!


    Event nights are October 1 & 2, 7 – 9, 13 – 16, 20 – 23, 27 – 30.

    Tickets sold here https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/field-of-screams-zombie-apocalypse-tickets-162573681257
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