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Vancouver, Coast & Mnts
Thompson Okanagan
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Northern BC & Haida Gwaii

 

 



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  The Islands
Full of beauty and natural splendour, the islands offer magnificent rain forests, towering mountains, sparkling blue seas, remote shell beaches, and secluded bays. Vancouver Island is the jewel of the Pacific Northwest and Canada, matched only by the cool Mediterranean climate, and pastoral vistas of the Gulf Islands.
  Ash River
  Burman River
  Campbell River
  Chemainus River
  Cluxewe River
  Cowichan River
  Englishman River
  Gold River
  Gordon River
  Harris Creek
  Heber River
  Little Qualicum River
  Mahatta River
  Megin River
  Nanaimo River
  Nimpkish River
  Nitinat River
  Oyster River
  Puntledge River
  Qualicum River
  Quatse River
  Quinsam River
  Salmon River
  San Juan River
  Sooke River
  Stamp / Sproat / Somass River
  White River
  Woss River
  Vancouver, Coast & Mnts
Backdropped by the Evergreen Coast Mountains, Vancouver is one of the most desirable cities on the planet to explore. Sea to Sky Country offers quiet hikes through deep forests, and world-famous Whistler. And then there's the Mighty Fraser Country, one of the world's greatest salmon-producing river systems.
  Birkenhead River
  Bridge River
  Capilano River
  Cheakamus River
  Chehalis River
  Chilliwack River
  Eldred River
  Fraser River
  Lillooet River
  Nahatlatch River
  Seymour River
  Squamish River
  Theodosia River
  Thompson Okanagan
Tucked away in central British Columbia, the Thompson Okanagan is one of the world's most beautiful and pristine places. The choice of outdoor recreations is dizzying, with dozens of parks surrounding the adventure playground of Okanagan Lake. This is one area worth spending some serious time in.
  Adams River   Similkameen River   Thompson River
  BC Rockies
The British Columbia Rockies region is a sumptuous feast of awesome scenery, snow-capped mountain peaks, four national parks and over four dozen provincial parks. The Purcell, Selkirk and Monashee mountain ranges stand defiantly in parallel with the Rocky Mountains, offering all-season recreation and adventure.
  Columbia River
  Kicking Horse River
  Kootenay River   Slocan River
  Cariboo, Chilcotin, Coast
Billy Barker's discovery of gold on Williams Creek in 1862 sparked a rush of adventurers from around the world. Prospectors seeking gold have been replaced by visitors in search of guest ranches, rivers and streams, and pristine lakes. Fishing rods, kayaks, rafts and skis have replaced gold pans and gold dust.
  Atnarko River
  Chilcotin River
  Chilko River   Fraser River
  Northern BC and Haida Gwaii
Haida Gwaii (Queen Charlotte Islands) and the vast wilderness area of Northern BC are rich and unspoiled masterpieces of nature. Rugged mountain ranges, dramatic canyons, rivers thick with salmon, old-growth forests, and abundant wildlife all abound in a place where people are scarce, but the exploits plentiful.
  Bulkley River
  Dease River
  Kiskatinaw River
  Nechako River
  Peace River
  Skeena River
  Stikine River
  Tatshenshini River
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