British Columbia’s wide landscapes welcome a sense of adventure and exploration.
The province’s wilderness offers unparalleled experiences that leave indelible memories. Explorers can helicopter over a waterfall at Tumbler Ridge’s UNESCO Global Geopark, launch their rafts down a wild river in the Kootenay Rockies, or ride down single-track trail on Vancouver Island. For a ranch experience, the mountain plateaus of the Cariboo Chilcotin beckon, while golfers can follow their passion to over 300 courses in BC.
Ten mountain ranges provide unparalleled opportunities for hiking and mountaineering, while skiing takes precedence in the winter months. A diverse ecosystem allows for remarkable wildlife viewing excursions, while thrill-seekers can find plenty of options for an adrenalin rush.
Both freshwater and saltwater anglers find solitude on lakes, rivers, and the ocean. Scuba divers discover a new world through shore-accessed dives and a circuit of shipwreck sites, and surfers can catch a wave in Tofino. From Vancouver’s False Creek to the remote Bowron Lakes, paddling is a popular activity across the province.
From hiking the Berg Lake Trail to sailing through Desolation Sound, BC boasts some of world’s greatest outdoor adventures. Discover some of BC’s most iconic adventures, and decide which one suits your style.Learn more
A collection of the best backcountry cabins and lodges surrounded by 360-degrees of wilderness.
Things To Do
People with major mobility issues can still participate in many adventure sports. With a little assistance everyone can enjoy BC’s outdoor adventure playground.
Adventure & Outdoors
if you want a more intimate thrill, you might be looking for a more active adventure. Here are a few great options, with tips on where and when to go in BC.
Things To Do
Planning on taking off for a week to go skiing? Here are four ways you could spend 7 days on a ski trip to British Columbia.
BC Explorer allows you to discover new pictures and places from Instagram. Use them to create your own #exploreBC adventure.
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