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British Columbia, the westernmost province in Canada, is located between the Rocky Mountains in the east and on the west, the Pacific Ocean.

British Columbia's reputation as a world renowned skiing destination was reinforced during the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics

Nicknamed "Canada's outdoor playground", B.C. offers outdoor adventures such as kayaking, river rafting, whale watching, golfing, birding, hiking, camping - to name just some of the available activities.

British Columbia is also known for its cosmopolitan culture, shopping, dining, festivals and exhibits.

For more choices of things to do and see from sophisticated cities to the spectacular scenery, follow the links below.

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  • Times to Travel: Traveling to British Columbia is great any time of the year. With its temperate climate, it is a year-round travel destination. With its varied topography and Pacific climate, visitors can enjoy a "West Coast Special", the opportunity to ski and golf in the same day.

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This page was last updated on April 29, 2016.