From turquoise rivers set against a backdrop of snowy peaks to unbelievable wildlife, the Canadian Rockies set themselves apart as some of the most spectacular mountains in the world.
Here are 4 ways that the Canadian Rockies distinguish themselves on a global scale.
You like to run, and they like to run. You like to swim, and they like to swim.
It’s a match made in heaven, and there’s no reason you should leave your four-legged friend at home while you have all the fun on vacation!
During the latest Leavetown trip to SilverStar Mountain Resort in Vernon, BC, this beginner snow explorer received a comprehensive lesson in how to truly take advantage of everything the resort has to offer…
Panorama offers spectacular hiking for the beginner and expert hiker alike. Choose between easy family-friendly valley trails around the village or rugged hikes with high elevation and glacial-fed lakes atop Panorama Mountain.
We’ve assembled our top 5 favourite lakefront and oceanside spots in Whistler, BC that allow you – and your pooch – all the beach freedom you need!
Along Vancouver Island's West Coast, Ucluelet and Tofino have become hot spot fishing locations both for their waters' promising feeders and selection of locally-run boating excursions.
What began in 1976 as a single day festival showcasing some of the most amazing climbers in the world, the Banff Mountain Film and Book Festival has now evolved into an annual 9-day event geared toward adventure seekers and spectators alike!
Throughout the summer months, visitors to Western Canada have the inspiring opportunity to take part in some of the most iconic LGBTQ+ events and pride parades in the country. For guests staying in our mountain locations, or for those in the area looking to celebrate diversity and inclusivity with thousands of others, pride festivals are family-friendly […]
Returning for its 26th year and located in Centennial Park, the Canmore Highland Games will continue to pay homage to a 1,000 year old Scottish tradition.
If you’re a music lover and are looking to book your next vacation, look no further than the following summer music festivals in BC’s beautiful mountain destinations.
This July 1st, Canada turns 150 years old, and in celebration, cities around the country are planning to go above and beyond the usual festivities.
Rock climbing is one of the most adventurous and exhilarating ways to explore the mountains, and test your limits at the same time
Planning a mountain getaway and searching for a fun-filled activity suitable for the whole family? Fun runs are a great option for anyone looking for some friendly competition during their time in the mountains.
The Okanagan is famous for its hot and dry summers, and its sprawling valleys full of beautiful vineyards. Because of this, there's no better place to golf than the Okanagan Valley. Enjoy the sunshine while you play a round of golf, then head to the clubhouse for a glass of a famous Okanagan Valley wine.
From humpback whales to orcas and everything in-between, Vancouver Island is known to be one of the best whale watching areas in British Columbia, Canada.
While this mountain destination is full of incredible things to do and see, there are certain activities that are unique to Jasper.
Looking for an authentic Canadian experience? Fernie is an outdoor winter paradise, home to a few different spots for a traditional outdoor skating experience. Play a game of outdoor hockey with the locals, or glide over the ice with friends and family.
Whistler’s outdoor terrain benefits from the unique, deep, damp, snowfall of the Coast Mountains. The deep snow creates stable terrain along mountain lines for steep rides swimming in powder. To experience this perfect terrain, check out these great snowmobiling trails in Whistler.
Banff National Park is close to some spectacular hot springs, in the form of both developed and natural pools. We’ve compiled a list of the best spots in the surrounding Banff and Canmore area.