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Cool Stuff You Can Do in British Columbia

If you’ve never been to British Columbia, you’re doing your life wrong. Seriously, BC is such an awesome place to chill out and let the place and culture amuse you. The climate is mild, just right for fun outdoor recreation. If you like the posh life, you can also hop from one high-class restaurant to another. There’s also great wine, too. Whatever it is that you want to do, BC got it for you.

Food and Wine

Did I mention that there are lots of farms, wineries, cideries, and breweries in BC? You bet there are, and this abundance makes BC a go-to place for foodies and dining connoisseurs. The restaurants feature world-class chefs and vintners who use fresh BC ingredients for the mouth-watering cuisine. Whether you like Italian or American cuisine, they got it.

Outdoor Activities

If you’re a hardcore athlete who searches for intense outdoor activities, you can try rock climbing, hiking treks, mountain biking, and more. If these activities seem daunting for you, you can do less intense activities such as canoeing, kayaking, having underground cave tours, go to museums and a lot more. You can immerse yourself to the wilderness or simply hang out in farms and country area. The choices are limitless.


There are beautiful gardens, museums, theatre productions, sports events, and other sorts of entertainment you can watch at any time of the year. Lots of bands and artists hold concert tours in BC. Last February, in fact the band Imagine Dragons performed in Rogers Arena, Vancouver, BC as part of the Imagine Dragons tour 2015 . You can inquire at local Visitor Centre to find out the attractions and entertainments in the area.

Arts, Culture & History

Culture nut? BC got you covered. There are lots of museums and cultural events you can get a good kick out of. BC has 91 National historic Sites, 10 Provincial Historic Sites and 3 UNESCO World Heritage sites. Experience the pleasure of riding a stagecoach at Barkerville Historic Town; find out about fur traders and fishermen at Fort Langley National Historic Site and North Pacific Cannery, respectively. If you like tunnels and trestles, go to The Kettle Valley Rail Trail.

There are literally hundreds of things you can do at British Columbia. This is why it’s one of the most loved regions in Canada.