Top 10 Best Attractions In British Columbia

The beautiful mountains, lakes, rainforests, islands, western coastline, charming towns, and world-class skiing make British Columbia one of the most popular destinations in entire Canada.
Here we feature the top 10 best rated mountain attractions:
Gondola at Whistler
1. Whistler
Whistler is the center of the most renowned winter sports area of skiing and snowboarding in Canada. In fact, it is North America’s largest ski resort.
The main attraction in Whistler is the famous Peak 2 Peak Gondola that joins Whistler and Blackcomb mountains. The distance covered by the gondola is a record breaking 4.4 kilometers. The ride takes only 11 minutes and offers unforgettable and spectacular views of the entire area.
Whistler is more than just a winter ski destination. It is a year-long destination with great hiking trails, mountain biking trails, golfing, and beautiful scenery of untamed wilderness to explore in the summer.
Yoho National Park
2. Yoho National Park
The beautiful Yoho National Park is one of seven parks in the Rocky Mountains that make up the Canadian Rocky Mountains UNESCO World Heritage site.
Vertical rock walls, beautiful waterfalls and dizzying peaks draw visitors from around the world. With exceptional hiking and sightseeing, the park offers a unique glimpse of Canada’s natural wonders, from the secrets of ancient ocean life to the power of ice and water. An outstanding place with many attractions such as spectacular Lake O’Hara and majestic Takakkaw Falls, one of the highest falls in North America.
Okanagan Valley
3. Okanagan Valley
The large area that encompasses the sunny Okanagan Valley is filled with lakes, beaches, rolling mountains, and wine orchards.
While the wine is the big draw in the Okanagan valley, the large lake keeps visitors coming back. From almost anywhere in the Okanagan you will find beautiful views of the Okanagan Lake. The cities of Kelowna and Vernon sit on its shores.
The hot dry summers and mild winters makes it a popular retirement destination and a prominent summertime retreat for people from across British Columbia and neighboring Alberta.
In the winter, the Big White Ski Resort and SilverStar Mountain Resort attract countless people.



Glacier National Park
4. Glacier National Park
With exceptional alpine scenery and deep valleys filled with ancient forests, Glacier National Park is a year-round paradise.
Glacier National Park, together with Mount Revelstoke National Park a few miles further west, is a beautiful area and a favorite with climbers and hikers.
There are many places here to take a gentle stroll amid moss-draped old-growth cedars or hike through alpine meadows strewn with lichen-covered boulders.
There are approximately 400 glaciers in and around Glacier National Park, hence its name 🙂
Kootenay National Park
5. Kootenay National Park
Kootenay National Park, in southeastern British Columbia, borders Banff National Park and Yoho National Park, and takes in the majestic western flank of the Canadian Rockies.
You can soak in the hot mineral waters of Radium Hot Springs, enjoy a scenic picnic or challenge yourself to a full-day hike with rewarding views.
Most of us do not associate the Canadian Rockies with fiery red rock formations which makes the Redwall Fault a must-see.
Kootenay National Park has something for everyone.

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  1. Bernard Tritz March 31, 2021
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