British Columbia Tourism & Travel Guide

Road. In the British time... here. Only British. Maaal Road..., only the British walk here, no Indian...

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Annapurna Skyline Trek became the Royal Trek after Prince Charles and his entourage of 90 people in the early 80s, hiked along this mid-hill trails...

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Top Places To Visit 30 Spots

Edible Canada at the Market - Bistro

This was an amazing place to get lunch. Sit outside and try one of the funky sodas. The seafood soup was DELICIOUS as were the Little Duckers. Such a great meal.
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Boathouse Restaurant

Nice spot by the water; good fish and chips. Great for a large group like we had.
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About British Columbia

The interior of BC is every bit as spectacular as the Rocky Mountains to the East and the Pacific and Coast Mountains to the West. Don’t just drive through on the Trans-Canada (Hwy-1) or Hwy-3 – the real attractions lie in the two north-south routes. The Easternmost of these goes through the Kootenay region, an idyllic assortment of mountains and lakes and peaceful towns from the grand Glacier and Revelstoke national parks all the way south to the US border near the attractive old mining town (and skiing and biking haven) of Rossland. Roughly parallel to the west, the next major highway system travels along the arid Okanagan Valley: a Californian-like enclave of orchards, vineyards, warm lakes and resort towns, whose beaches and scorching summers draw hordes of holidaymakers from all over Canada and the western US. Kamloops is the Okanagan’s northern gateway. It’s also on the doorstep of the laidback Shuswap region (an area of lakes and rivers) and the magnificent Wells Gray Provincial Park, a remote collection of exceptional waterfalls and perfect canoeing lakes.
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