Vancouver Coast and Mountains articles
With its plentiful recreation and entertainment options, Squamish is a delightful place to bring the family.
This stunning West Coast destination is a preferred choice among RVing families.
Park your RV and head into the city for arts and culture, entertainment and recreational thrills.
A laid-back community surrounded by big city amenities, Langley is a convenient place to go RVing.
Your schedule will be as full as you want it to be when you visit B.C.'s Sunshine Coast.
From shows to tours, this cozy community has all the excitement of a big city.
Rambo, chainsaw carvings, hiking—Hope offers plenty to do.
Outdoor splendour combined with comfort and culture, Chilliwack seems to have it all.
An avid birdwatcher shares her tips to make the pastime a great one for anybody.
René and Jeanette Genereux are semi-retirees who use their RV to enjoy winters and to explore some of their other hobbies, such as riding motorcycles and the outdoors.
The North Shore community of West Vancouver offers a range of outdoor activities to engage thrill-seekers and nature explorers of all ages.
There is always something new to discover—for kids of all ages—in Lund and Desolation Sound, among the prettiest areas of B.C.'s Sunshine Coast.
The Lynns wanted to make the most of their family vacations and RVing provided the answer.
To start your visit to Whistler on a truly high note, hit the Whistler and Blackcomb mountains, side-by-side peaks which offer over 200 marked runs.
Ron Hollingshead has combined saving for retirement with an affordable alternative to renting or buying a place to live in B.C.'s Lower Mainland.
Restaurants and shops serve up art you won't find in the exclusive galleries of the village.
Visual artist Siobhan Humston is artist in residence at the Ranger Station Art Gallery in Harrison Hot Springs.
This resource-based community in flux has a West Coast setting that inspires art and performance.
Coquitlam’s arts and cultural centres offer exhibits, performances, workshops and art camps all year round.
The town of Harrison Hot Springs has a wide variety of activities for everyone to enjoy, from exciting and adventurous whitewater rafting to relaxing at the calm and soothing spa facilities.
Opportunities for discovery and recreation abound in the friendly community of Powell River and nearby Lund. Sample local beer, explore old-growth forest and feast on stunning views.
North Vancouver is a busy, bustling centre with majestic mountains at its back and the ocean at its feet. Its historical roots include First Nations culture, shipbuilding and logging; its present is rich with hiking, culture and excellent urban shopping experiences.
A flourishing market in the historic downtown and a natural oasis in the middle of the city remind residents and visitors of Abbotsford’s roots.
The oceanside communities of Garden Bay, Madeira Park and Irvine’s Landing all make up a unique area commonly referred to as Pender Harbour. Each brings its own flair to this section of the Sunshine Coast.
For those who can’t resist the call of the ocean, there is no better place to explore than Pender Island.
There is more than great scenery on Vancouver’s North Shore, where activity, shopping and authentic West Coast lifestyle come together for an unforgettable experience.
Charm, convenience, fun events—Chilliwack’s downtown is a great place to relax and explore.
This city in the country offers agricultural treats, outdoor adventure and family-friendly day trips.
A small town like Hope, B.C., offers a great opportunity for anyone on the road. It is an ideal place to explore, unwind and get a personal feel for the heart of the community.
Author Kate Braid relates some of her favourite aspects of Vancouver's West End.
The birthplace of B.C. offers a slice of history and unexpected treasures just minutes from Vancouver.
There are many similarities between Steveston today and the village as it was at the turn of the century. It still draws people in from all over the world because of its history and the local attractions.