1 Glacier and Revelstoke national parks
Mountain scenery that rivals the Rockies beside Canada’s backcountry-ski capital, Revelstoke.
2 The Kootenays
A pristine region of lakes, mountains, forests, hot springs and charming old-world villages.
British Columbia’s most compelling town, thanks to hundreds of vintage buildings and a thriving cultural scene.
Beware rattlesnakes slithering through the surreal, scrub-covered landscape of Canada’s only desert.
5 The Kettle Valley Railway
Scenic cycle along an old rail-bed with dramatic trestles and glorious Okanagan views – and shuttles make it downhill for most of the way.
6 Roderick Haig-Brown Provincial Park.
Enjoy the captivating sight of thousands of salmon struggling upstream to spawn.
7 Wells Gray Provincial Park
Vast tract of wilderness with several tremendous waterfalls and lakes that are perfect for easy overnight canoe trips.