What to Do in Vancouver: The Ultimate Guide
Of the many places we traveled to in the last year, Vancouver, Canada ranks in our top ten favorites. To many people, that might seem sort of strange. Because really, what's there to do in Vancouver anyway? Well as it turns out, there are endless incredible experiences to
Great Canadian Road Trip: Nanaimo to Tofino
The Pacific Coast Highway. Red Rock Country. Route 66. Road trips are about as American as apple pie but, here in Canada, we have our own epic drives. And the journey from Nanaimo to Tofino is one of them. To be honest, I hadn’t even heard of Tofino, a town of only 2,000 people on Vancouver Island, until several years ago after a couple friends returned from British Columbia in a state of rapture. With its mystical and moody beaches, Tofino is a natural paradise in itself, but it would be…
The Ultimate Vancouver Island Bucket List - Vancouver Island View
Are you looking for some great ideas or spectacular places to explore on Vancouver Island? Check out this ultimate Vancouver Island Bucket List!
Vancouver Island Hiking: Tofino and Ucluelet
For a stunning outdoor adventure, don’t pass up the opportunity to explore the striking beauty of the trails of Tofino and Ucluelet, British Columbia. Take a hike at Schooner Cove and on the Wild Pacific Trail to experience the spectacular beauty of rural Canada on Vancouver Island.
Fraser Valley Waterfall Hike Road Trip | Happiest Outdoors
I live in Vancouver and it rains a lot here. If I waited for it to stop raining before going hiking, I wouldn’t hike much, so of course I hike in the rain. However, sometimes the forecast is so truly terrible and calls for so much rain that going for a long hike means being cold and wet all day. And that’s no fun at all. A couple weeks ago we experienced the wonderful weather phenomenon known as the Pineapple Express. It brought buckets of rain down for days and the forecast for the weekend…
7 Stunning Trails You Need To Hike In Vancouver - The Full-Time Tourist
You can't visit this Canadian city without getting into nature- and what better way than a stunning hike in Vancouver?! Here's where locals hit the trails!
Take a Hike and Explore Kelowna |
The best way to get to know a community is often on foot. Kelowna’s downtown shopping, cultural district and 2.2 km waterfront boardwalk, all invite a stroll. Meanwhile, away from the downtown core you’ll find the peace and tranquillity of another side of Kelowna—the Okanagan foundation of rock, water and foliage. Here are six of …