Moon British Columbia: Including the Alaska Highway by Andrew Hempstead

By Andrew Hempstead

Canada resident and avid outdoorsman Andrew Hempstead provides his exact viewpoint on British Columbia, from eating on the better of Vancouver’s 3,000 eating places and cafés to snowboarding and skiing at the world-class slopes of Whistler/Blackcomb. Hempstead bargains targeted journey rules that make the most of the region’s notable outdoors recommendations, reminiscent of wintry weather enjoyable and B.C. street journey. choked with details on eating, transportation, and lodgings, Moon British Columbia has plenty of concepts for a variety of trip budgets. entire with information on whale-watching close to Telegraph Cove, mountain climbing the Stanley Glacier path, and tenting close to Mount Robson, Moon British Columbia provides tourists the instruments they should create a extra own and noteworthy experience.

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Another worthwhile stop is Stoneboat Vineyards, which offers a casual yet informative tour. Naramata Make reservations at the lakeside Naramata Heritage Inn & Spa, where you can pamper yourself with spa services and good food accompanied by local wines. Explore the wineries scattered along the road between Penticton and Naramata by bike, over two days. Break for lunch at the Red Rooster or Hillside Estate winery bistros, both with unforgettable lake views. Kelowna In the heart of the Okanagan, Kelowna is a sprawling city dotted with both wineries and golf courses, making it a good destination for those looking to combine interests.

A WEEKEND: Spend your time in Vancouver. • ONE WEEK: Add Whistler and Vancouver Island. • TWO WEEKS: Add the Okanagan Valley, Kootenays, and Canadian Rockies. • THREE WEEKS: Add Central and Northern British Columbia and the Yukon. When to Go The high season is most definitely summer, or more precisely July and August. The parks come alive with campers, the lakes and streams with anglers, the mountains with hikers, the woods with wildlife, and the roadsides with stalls selling fresh produce.

DOWNTOWN Vancouver Lookout: For immediate orientation from downtown, catch the high-speed, stomach-sinking glass elevator up the outside of 40-story Harbour Centre (555 W. 75). The ride takes less than a minute and ends at the Observation Deck, an enclosed room 130 meters above street level, from where views extend as far away as Mount Baker, 140 kilometers (87 miles) to the south. Walk around the circular room for 360-degree views. Keep your receipt and you can return at any time during the same day (the top of the tower is a great place to watch the sun setting over the Strait of Georgia).

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