10 Must Do Activities British Comlumbia You Must Try – Latest

Now that Canada’s 150th birthday has come, many people are thinking about the country.

All over the country, there’s a lot to see and do. British Columbia will be the first place we look at as a case study.

We asked a lot of travel writers what they thought were the most important things to do in British Columbia, and these are their answers:



The West Coast Trail is well-known for a number of reasons. On the south coast of Vancouver Island, the 77-kilometer track goes through old-growth forest, rocky headlands, sandy beaches, and the well-known British Columbia rainforest.

But it’s not like walking through a park. After 7 days of slogging through mud, roots, beach walks, and ladders, you’ll be physically exhausted but spiritually satisfied.

Every day on the path is different, so you can never know what will happen. You might see a whale that jumps out of the water or a bald eagle flying above.

It sounds like a great idea to cool off at Tsusiat Falls and soak your tired feet in the middle of the day. You should be able to try one of Chez Moniques’s hand-made burgers.


No matter where the path leads, you might not be the same when you get to the end. Getting through the WCT, with its tough weather and trail conditions along the coast, gives you the confidence to take on any challenge.

Even though your body is tired, the beautiful scenery in the backcountry has given your mind and spirit a boost.

Anyone who has access to a boat, car, or plane can see the beauty of the West Coast in British Columbia. The WCT, on the other hand, will bring you closer to nature and help you learn more about the animals, plants, and stories that make this area so special.


Do you know that British Columbia has a wine region? Because it is close to the Cascade Mountains to the east, the Coast Mountains to the west, and Lake Okanagan itself, the Okanagan Valley is a great place to grow grapes.

In the summer, the Okanagan Valley in the interior of British Columbia is the perfect place to spend the weekend and a must-see for anyone going to the west coast.

In the area, there are more than a hundred wineries, and many of them are close to each other.

There are a lot of vineyards and wines to try, from large, well-known wineries to smaller, family-run ones. Even if you buy a pre-planned trip, it’s very easy to change it to fit your interests (just be sure you have a sober driver).

Many of the wineries in the area have beautiful views of Lake Okanagan, and they also make world-class wine. You’ll have a good time wherever you go, but the Vibrant Vine Vineyard and the Rollingdale Winery are my two favorites.


Stanley Park is right in the middle of Vancouver, but it gives a very different view of the city than anywhere else.

You can tell that Stanley Park is special even before you get there. On the way to the park, there are a lot of places to rent bikes, and there are a lot of people riding them.

Stanley Park is a great place to bike, but that’s not all it has to offer. You can be sure to find anything that belongs in a park at Stanley Park.


There were formal gardens, streams with wildlife, quiet places to stop and enjoy the view, and even a sandy beach on the port, but my favorite part was the beautiful “rural” views that reminded me of the English countryside. The park can also be seen by horse-drawn carriage.

I didn’t have enough time to hike all of the park’s forest trails, but I now know where I’ll be spending my time on my next trip.


Even though Vancouver’s brewers aren’t as many as those in Northern California and Portland, their numbers are growing.

The growing craft beer scene in Western Canada means that another group of beer lovers may find something to like there. Start at Parallel 49, where the names of the beers on tap, like Gypsy Tears Red Ale and Jerkface 9000, are just as creative as the tastes.

In 2014, a tasting glass only cost $1, which was enough to buy a good flight. Next, go to the very experimental Storm Brewing.

They have made all the rules of beer by adding new flavors to their base ales and lagers with handcrafted infusions, juices, and extracts.

There’s a beer for everyone, from a sex on the beach wheat to a sweet black forest cake ale. At CRAFT Beer Market, you can end a night of trying different beers with one of the 100 domestic and international beers on tap.

You might even go on a tour of a craft brewery and try different kinds of beer while meeting new people. It’s fun and can get a little rowdy.


One of my favorite places in all of British Columbia is Beacon Hill Park. It is a big park in the middle of Victoria that spans several blocks. There are green places where you can have a picnic, and there are also rocky places that remind me of Africa.

On the side of the area that faces the ocean, there are beautiful views of the Olympic Peninsula. It also has the world’s largest totem pole. A must-see when you go to Victoria, which is a destination in and of itself.



We’ve never seen anything better than the group of murals right off Cordova Street in Downtown Vancouver. The Cold War group made a huge painting that takes up one whole side of the alley.

From Van Gogh to Shakespeare to Cheech and Chong, people from all walks of life give new perspectives on art.

On the other side of the lane are a lot of smaller paintings that show patterns from local tribes and make comments about the actions of different public figures.

Still, you can see great street art all over town, not just in the alley off Cordova Street. In Vancouver, you can find street art and graffiti murals that are among the best in the world.


If you are in British Columbia, Canada, you must ride the Peak to Peak Gondola in Whistler. It gives you access to more than fifty kilometers of beautiful hiking trails and great views of Whistler’s beautiful landscape.

After riding the world’s longest and tallest lift to the top of both mountains, enjoy the thrill of a glass-bottom gondola ride between Whistler and Blackcomb.

The open-air chairlift to the top of Whistler Mountain is included in the price of your ticket if you want to see the best views. On our trip, we were able to take a picture of a beautiful rainbow.

We went on a hike that had beautiful mountain views and alpine flowers. The name of the town comes from a hairy marmot, which we saw and heard and which gave the town its name.

We ended a great afternoon in the mountains with barbecue at the Roundhouse Lodge on Whistler Mountain. Both the food and the view were wonderful.


A kayak tour with Jamie’s Whaling Station and Adventure Centers in Ucluelet is the best way to see the natural beauty of Vancouver Island.

The 2.5-hour tour is great for people who have never paddled before because it goes around the protected Ucluelet harbor, where you can relax and enjoy the sights without having to worry about the waves.


This trip is great for ecotourists because it takes you to a peaceful part of Canada where you can see amazing animals like bald eagles and black bears.

You might also see seals and sea lions, but it’s not likely. This close encounter with wild black bears could be the most exciting part of your trip to British Columbia. Make sure you don’t get too excited and lose your camera.

From June 1 through the end of September, you can go on this kayaking trip.


You don’t think you’re afraid of heights? If you walk over the Capilano Suspension Bridge, that might change.

At 70 meters above the Capilano River Canyon, the bridge is beautiful to cross and funny to watch other people try to cross it. Some people choose to just walk across the 140-meter-long bridge, which wobbles.

Most people, though, walk slowly and hold on to the rail with one hand in case someone else makes the bridge move too much. And then there are people who seem to be doing fine at first, but all of a sudden become paralyzed by irrational fear and can’t move an inch until a caring friend helps them.

No matter what you say, you should go to the other side of the river to enjoy the forest. Don’t forget to bring your camera, because the view is stunning.

If you want to save money, Matt suggests Lynn Canyon Park instead of the expensive Capilano Suspension Bridge.


Killer whales can only be seen in their natural environment in Vancouver and on Vancouver Island. There is never a 100% chance of seeing them, but the odds are pretty good, especially in the spring, summer, and fall when it is warmer.


Thanks to our good luck, we saw so many of them that day that we stopped counting. We saw both permanent killer whales and those that moved around. I really think you should go whale watching if you’re in the area. It’s an amazing thing to see.


The truth is that there are so many amazing things to do in BC that this list doesn’t even begin to do it justice.

For example, the Northern Mountains and the Southern Deserts are two places that aren’t even mentioned above. Canada’s province of British Columbia is very beautiful.

It is mountainous and borders the Pacific Ocean, so you can see and do things there that you can’t do anywhere else in the country.

I hope this list gives you ideas, whether you want to go on an adventure on Vancouver Island or explore the exciting city life of lovely Vancouver.

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