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BC’s big backyard inspires unbridled adventures. Our cities, set on the doorstep of the wild, make it easy to step into nature and explore the endless possibilities of the outdoors. Our people connect explorers with unexpected moments that renew the human spirit.

An Indigenous guide leads a walking tour through Stanley Park.
Talaysay Tours in Stanley Park | Destination Vancouver/Kindred & Scout

June is National Indigenous History Month

Indigenous Tourism BC invites you to welcome summer and celebrate National Indigenous History Month in June and National Indigenous Peoples Day on June 21. We call upon all people in Canada to actively seek firsthand experiences, educate themselves about living Indigenous cultures, and find ways to contribute to the wellness of Indigenous families, lands, and communities in BC – not just in June, but throughout the year.

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Squamish Lil'wat Cultural Centre/Logan Swayze

Embrace Cultural Connections in British Columbia This Fall

Reconnect with culture and nature in BC as you visit Vancouver, Richmond, Victoria, and Whistler.

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A camper on Highway 3 heading east towards the Steeples mountains outside of Cranbrook, BC
Highway 3 outside of Cranbrook | Kari Medig

Natural wonders unfold at every turn

Rainforest to Rockies is the quintessential Canadian journey along ever-changing landscapes. Venture from the Pacific Coast, where the ocean meets the rainforest through cities, valleys, and desert toward towering mountains. Travel from sea to sky along this extraordinary route by road, rail, or trail.

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An illuminated tent under the Northern Lights.
Trail near the Alaska Highway | Andrew Strain

Beyond the Map: A Deeper Connection to Land and Life

In our digitally connected and developed world, it can feel as if little mystery remains on Earth, and even fewer places where we can experience true awe. Find out how a visit to The Great Wilderness has the power to connect us to land and life on a deep and meaningful scale.

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Downtown Fernie | Dave Heath

BC's Coolest Ski Towns

From small-town charm to legendary après, here’s where you should shred it up in BC.

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BC Seasons

Spring and summer in BC mean warm weather, long days, and plenty of time spent in nature. Whether you’re looking for adventure in the mountains or relaxation by the sea, an urban escapade or an immersive cultural experience, you can find it here.

In autumn, enjoy the benefits of harvest time with local food and drink, breathe in the crisp air under a blanket of stars, soak in natural hot springs, or get cozy in a cabin. Fall foliage adds a splash of colour, and temperatures are still mild enough to enjoy the outdoors. Fall is the perfect time to reset.

Winters in BC are known for fresh powder, with 10 mountain ranges and 13 ski resort to explore, including legendary Whistler Blackcomb. Both cat-skiing and heli-skiing were pioneered here, and there are more than 50 Nordic ski areas to choose from. Non-skiers can enjoy snowshoeing, storm watching, and more.

Whistle Buoy Brewery in Victoria | Hubert Kang

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