Vancouver Island is home to many incredible places, and Taylor River is no exception. On a road trip to Tofino, it is among the best stops along the Pacific Rim Highway 4.
Bow Lake is nestled along the beautiful Icefield Parkway in the Canadian Rockies, 38 kilometres north of Lake Louise. Majestic mountains and glaciers surround it.
Sombrio Beach is nestled inside the Juan de Fuca Provincial Park on the west coast of Southern Vancouver Island. It offers scenic beauty, gorgeous waterfalls, hiking and surfing.
Christie Falls is located inside the beautiful Cowichan Valley, a short distance from the small town of Ladysmith. The hike to the waterfall is relatively easy and takes less than an hour.
The picturesque village of Whistler is home to stunning mountain peaks, scenic lakes and old cedar trees. It is located 120km north of Vancouver, and there are many things to do all year round.
Alexander Falls is one of the many impressive waterfalls along the Sea to Sky corridor. It is located in the beautiful Callaghan Valley, a few kilometres south of Whistler.
Spend the day cross-country skiing in Whistler. The amazing Callaghan Country and Lost Lake Park offer more than 160 kilometres of XC skiing trails, many with stunning views.
Port Renfrew is a small seaside community on the west coast of Southern Vancouver Island. Close to Port Renfrew grows the world’s largest Douglas Fir tree, the massive Red Creek Fir.
St. Mark’s Summit is part of the epic Howe Sound Crest Trail that spans 29 kilometres along the Sea to Sky Highway from the Cypress Bowl Alpine ski area to a point just south of Porteau Cove Provincial Park.
Cypress Falls Park is located in West Vancouver and features 300-year-old trees, a beautiful canyon and two spectacular waterfalls. There are several smaller falls inside the park as well.
False Creek is a short inlet in the heart of Vancouver, and it is one of the best things to do in the city. From the False Creek Seawall, you can see stunning views of Vancouver in all directions.
Vancouver is situated on Canada’s West Coast between the mountains and the sea, making it an ideal destination for city lovers and adventure seekers alike. Our post includes a local guide to 27 best things to do.
The Big Beehive hike begins at the world-famous Lake Louise in Banff National Park. It heads around the jade-green waters of Mirror Lake and beautiful Lake Agnes, where the popular Lake Agnes Tea House is situated.
Mount Arrowsmith is one of the best-known mountains on Vancouver Island. Sitting at just over 1800m, it is also the highest peak in the southern region. The view from the top is amazing.
The stunning Ammonite Falls are located a short drive from Nanaimo. The falls cascade off a cliffside covered with oceanic Ammonite fossils, thus the name Ammonite Falls.