Whistler isn’t so much a mountain as an experience. With 50% more terrain than any other resort on the continent, it deserves its reputation as one of the world's premiere ski and recreational destinations.
The waters off the coast of Vancouver Island offer some of the best diving on the planet, with no less an authority than the late Jacques Cousteau rating BC as the second best temperate dive spot in the world, behind the Red Sea.
Ziplines are all about the environment in which you find them, and Superfly, located in Whistler, are among the world’s best.
Taking a flight-seeing helicopter tour around Canada presents a distinct challenge: who the hell can afford it? Inspired by a ride in Disneyland, the 4-D Flyover Canada experience is just the ticket we need.
Stretching 136 metres and 70 metres above the Capilano River, explore West Coast rainforest on the Capilano Suspension Bridge, strolling along wooden walkways suspended among large Douglas Fir trees, and a Cliffwalk balanced on the side of a granite cliff.
There are many ways to discover one of the world’s most beautiful cities. Sea Vancouver delivers the views and the thrills, at a great price point.
A clothing-optional beach with an ethos of self-responsibility and individual freedom, this unique beach proves that despite the constant meddling of bureaucracy, Canadians can all just get along.
On a hot summer day, lie back on a giant rubber float in Penticton and let the river carry your stress away, best enjoyed with a cold beverage floating in a cooler.