Get up close and personal to some of British Columbia’s spectacular and exhilarating outdoor destinations. Experience the rush or opt for more leisurely pursuits surrounded by nature in which BC has an abundance of. So if you are thinking of traveling to BC, you may want to start preparing for loads of exciting adventures outdoors.
There is nothing like the experience of camping in the wilderness. Setting up a tent in what seems like the middle of nowhere with nothing but natural scenery around you is one of the most idyllic getaways. Sleep under the stars, hear the sounds of birds and other wildlife, listen to the rustling of leaves, and leave your comfort zone as you settle in fairly rugged conditions that you rarely get to explore at home. Some of the best places to go camping in BC include the Cathedral Provincial Park, Golden Ears Provincial Park, Gulf Islands National Parks Reserve, Mount Robson Provincial Park, and Pacific Rim National Park among several others places.
Biking is a great way to see more of the towns or cities as well as the outlying areas in the places you visit in BC. Go bicycling in neighborhood or city parks. BC also has several biking trails suitable for novices and expert mountain bikers. Whistler is on top of many mountain bikers’ lists for its facilities and exhilarating trails. Visit the Whistler Bike Park if you want to experience the fun of biking in one of the most scenic places in the world.
Canoeing or Kayaking
Paddle a canoe or kayak boat in one of the many beautiful lakes in the area. Experience the tranquility of gliding along the waters as you take in the breathtaking scenery around you. Catch a glimpse of some of the fishes that inhabit the lake or marvel at some of the wildlife that strays near the shore.
There are many scenic trails suitable for short, mid-range, or long treks. You do not have to worry about not being fit enough to enjoy some of the best routes in the midst of nature. You can pick a short an easy path that you can finish in less than an hour. If you are up to the challenge, you can go for a day hike in some of the many parks and nature reserves you can find in BC.