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5 Urban Alternatives to Hot Springs in BC
Yearning for the warmth of a hot spring? Here are urban options that deliver a similar communal atmosphere.
With 25,000 lakes, tens of thousands of miles of rivers and streams, and more than 20,000 km (12,000 mi) of coastline, BC has no end of great places to fish.
And no end of fish. Chinook salmon, always a draw, sometimes tip the scales at over 32 kg (70 lbs). The white sturgeon, which can weigh more than 500 kg (1,200 lbs), is the largest freshwater fish in North America. Steelhead, due to its hard-fighting reputation, is another favourite. To say nothing of rainbow trout, cutthroat trout, char, and whitefish.
From the interior to the Pacific coastline, here’s a sneak peak at four little-known BC fishing spots you might want to check out.
There’s nothing like finding a new, ideal spot to fish. You feel a rush of potential as you drop your line, and if you have a great day you may want to keep the location secret. If you are willing to share your favourite BC fishing spot, though, please let us know in the comments below.
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The South Okanagan promises a mix of Indigenous experiences that offer exhilaration, culture, sophistication, and charm.
1 to 3 days / 163.13 km (101 mi)
Map and itinerary ideas for travel along the Sea-to-Sky corridor (Highway 99) from Vancouver to Pemberton just north of Whistler.
From oceanside lots to suburban spots, these campgrounds are all near Vancouver. Try Rolley Lake Provincial Park, or Burnaby Cariboo RV Park, for example.