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Tagged: British Columbia
The city of Rossland along B.C.’s Powder Highway has achieved legend status among skiers eager to tackle the slopes up at RED Mountain Resort.
These wineries near Kelowna, B.C. take wine tasting to a whole other level, by pairing their on-point pinots and robust rosés with stunning scenery, scientific experiments and crazy stories.
Snowmobiling, heli-skiing, sipping local spirits and relaxing in the hot tub at Revelstoke Mountain Resort are just a few of the fun things to do in Revelstoke, Canada during winter. Here’s everything you need to know before you go.
The annual Half Corked Marathon is the hottest ticket in the Okaganan, where wineries host an 18-kilometre run through the vineyards which includes copious amounts of wine along the way.
With quaint streetscapes that look like something straight out of London and British influences on everything from tea to gardens to cocktails, Victoria, B.C. is fit for a queen.
Kelowna, B.C. is favoured vacation spot year-round thanks to its world-class vineyards, great weather, food scene, beaches and even a couple of ski hills. From party boats to wine-infused spa treatments, here’s a guide for what to do in Kelowna.
Hidden waterfalls, natural hot springs, wellness retreats and epic hiking trails are just a few of the incredible things to do in Nelson and Kaslo, B.C., which are the gateway to outdoor adventures in the Kootenay Rockies.
With luxe lodging and a location that’s perfect for Okanagan wine tours, Spirit Ridge at Nk’Mip Resort is considered one of the best places to stay in Osoyoos.
The resort town of Whistler, British Columbia is the ultimate outdoor escape, and its spas, golf and skiing make it the perfect spot for a luxury vacation.