Author Archives: Clint

Taxi or Rent a Car? What Is Better?

Suppose you’re on vacation and want to go sightseeing. You arrived by plane, so you don’t have your car with you. What’s the best transportation choice?   Maybe you’ve thought about taking a taxi or renting a car. You may … Read More

5 Secret Whistler Spots

Credit: Tourism Whistler/Justa Jeskova Whistler Train Wreck The Train Wreck has been an iconic, secret, hangout for decades. What happened you might ask? In 1956 the train derailed going twice the speed limit through the corridor! The box cars have … Read More

Western Canada

How to Spend a Day or Weekend in Western Canada

The first thing that comes to mind when people mention Western Canada is the outdoors and rightly so. The vast swathes of untamed nature in its raw beauty are truly an outdoorsman’s dream. It’s got green meadows, azure lakes, dense … Read More

Outdoor

How to Pack Lightly for your Outdoor Adventures

If you love exploring the great outdoors, Western Canada is a fantastic destination. Whether you want to observe grizzly bears catching salmon in autumn, enjoy skiing and snowboarding in winter, or experience mountain-biking in the Canadian Rockies in summer, there’s … Read More

Whistler Bucket List

4 Things You Can Strike Off Your Bucket List In Western Canada

Are you thinking of heading to Western Canada in the coming months? This gorgeous area of the world encompasses the two provinces of Alberta and British Columbia with plenty to discover, with many bucket list destinations. No matter what time … Read More

WanderLust – The Northern Lights in the Yukon

Wanderlust – Tofino Whale Watching

Tofino is located in the north of Vancouver Island. From there, you can go whale-whatching, surfing, sight seeing and you can camp! VIEW ALL OF OUR #WANDERLUST POSTS

Whistler Skiing

The Number One Can’t-Miss Trip to Whistler WSSF!!!

Whistler is undeniably magical all-the-year-round but there is one time of year that stands out above the rest: The World Ski & Snowboard Festival (WSSF). From mountain culture at its finest to skiing and snowboarding alongside the greats, here are … Read More

The British Columbia Effect

The British Columbia Effect: The Therapeutic Effects of Getting Back to Nature

If you’re feeling stressed, depressed, uninspired, or just plain tired, it might be time to head for the hills, literally.  “The British Columbia Effect” by Destination BC explores the positive effects spending time out in nature can have on one’s … Read More

Hiking in the British Columbia Forest

6 Reasons You Should Definitely Visit North Vancouver

Table of Contents North Shore Spirit Trail Deep Cove Lynn Canyon Rice Lake  Lonsdale Quay Shipyards Brewery District  #1 North Shore Spirit Trail Similar to Downtown Vancouver’s seawall, the North Shore Spirit Trail is a 35km greenway that winds along … Read More