Two hikers admiring the views (Picture BC photo)
Vancouver, Coast & Mountains is British Columbia's most populated region, which helps explain why it has the province's most well-developed and easily-accessible array of hiking trails.
Hiking is the best – and sometimes the only – way to see some of this area's most unique features. Must-sees include the massive granite monolith of the Stawamus Chief; the turbulent tidal rapids at Skookumchuck Narrows; and one of BC's most-photographed mountain summits, Black Tusk, in Garibaldi Provincial Park.
Situated in the southwest corner of BC's mainland, the region's diverse geography includes secluded fiords, seaside bluffs, old-growth rainforests, and the alpine terrain of the Coast and Cascade mountain ranges.
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Whistler, British Columbia
Spanning the distance between Whistler & Blackcomb Mountains, the world record-breaking PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola is breathtaking. The journey between the two mountains provides a 360-degree window into Whistler Blackcomb's alpine environment, its surrounding peaks, changing seasons & wildlife habitat. Looking for an epic hike to an ancient glacier? A gentle stroll on an alpine walking trail? A tour of black bear habitat? High tea at an alpine hut? Wine tasting on a mountaintop patio? The choice is yours with the PEAK 2 PEAK Gondola. From easy to epic, there's something for everyone.