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The Canadian Rockies are legendary for good reason—alpine lakes, glaciers and waterfalls, mountain goats clinging to craggy cliffs, and herds of elk roaming wildflower meadows.
Spanning British Columbia and Alberta, one of the largest mountain ranges in North America is a top place for hiking, climbing, wildlife safaris, skiing, and backcountry adventures. Take a road trip or whitewater rafting tour, camp, or stay at a luxe alpine lodge.
For outdoor adventure and natural discoveries, hop in a car and journey through the Canadian Rockies.
The Kicking Horse Canyon Project is a 4.6 kilometre section of the Trans Canada Highway, located just east of Golden. Construction has begun, and the anticipated completion date is Winter 2024.
Highway #1 remains open and there are no extended closures planned until April 12, 2021. Overnight closures can be expected on non-holiday weekdays between 10 pm and 7 am, requiring motorists to detour onto Route #93 & Route #95.View Schedule
Visitors to British Columbia can arrive by air, road, rail, or ferry.Visit Today
Five-star hotels, quaint B&Bs, rustic campgrounds, and everything in between.Rest Your Head
Know what to expect in communities across the province.Check Conditions
Planning trip to Fernie this winter? Learn about skiing at Fernie Alpine Resort, apres at The Rusty Edge, and where to eat and drink in town.
Tips and route options to help plan an RV road trip from BC's coast to the Rocky Mountains. Routes include Trans-Canada Highway, Highway 3, and Highway 99.
While outdoor adventure attracts people to southeastern BC's mountain towns, it's the thriving culture that captures their hearts. Here are a few to visit.
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4 to 8 days / 737 km (458 mi)
Where to stop along Highway 1 between Vancouver and Golden.