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Find Connection in the Mountains

Watch the seasons change from a new vantage point

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Be it in forests and alpine or along rushing rivers and calm lakes, head to the mountains for a new perspective and a deeper connection, both with loved ones and with Mother Nature. Make your way upward in a gondola, fly through the air on a zipline, or soar above it all on a flightseeing tour. However you choose to travel into the stunning mountain terrain around BC, adventure awaits.

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Celebrate Spring in Whistler

Spring in Whistler is something special. Along with the usual spring delights (blooms, showers, sunshine, and rainbows) there’s the added bonus of unlimited adventure. Ski a glacier, play a round of golf, hike and bike unlimited trails, and more.

Spring is also the time to embrace the new and revive your senses. Order something off the menu you’ve never eaten before, connect with culture at the Audain Art Museum and Squamish Lil’wat Cultural Centre, ski, hike, or bike that route you’ve been wanting to check off—or, better yet, do it all.

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Exploring in the mountains is part of the BC experience. And one of the best ways to explore the province’s 10 mountain ranges—from the Coast Mountains in the west to the Rockies in the east, the Cascades in the south to the Cassiar Mountains in the north—is with an experienced guide.

Whether you’re a backcountry regular or a total newbie, a guide can introduce you to hidden gems and share their vast knowledge of the landscape, the flora, and the fauna. Bonus: your guide can take care of the logistics and make recommendations based on your interests and skill level.

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