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Travel Guide of British Columbia in Canada by Influencers and Travelers


British Columbia is the westernmost province in Canada, between the Pacific Ocean and the Rocky Mountains. With an estimated population of 5.1 million as of 2020, it is Canada's third-most populous province.


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Why should you visit British Columbia ?


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  🏞️ Waterfall     🏕️ Camping     ⛰️ Highland     ⛰️ Hill station     🏞️ National park     🏞️ Lake  


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British Columbia is Canada's westernmost province, a subtle combination of sea and mountains. Where the Canadian Rockies meet the rainforests and fjords, there are many opportunities to enjoy a variety of outdoor sports in the diverse climates of this unique geography.
Famous for its peaks on the Pacific coast, the winter sports resort of Whistler is a great place to go skiing, while its neighbor Vancouver will surprise you with its mild climate and relaxed lifestyle.

Natural areas such as Glacier Park offer hiking and biking trails and camping. Whistler Blackcomb is the ski resort that hosted the 2010 Winter Olympics. The highway from Whistler to Vancouver offers incredible scenery. Vancouver is famous for its film industry and is located on the southern border of the United States.

French Canadians played an important role in the exploration and development of British Columbia, through the role of the North West Company, the Hudson's Bay Company and the Catholic Church in the Districts of New Caledonia and
Columbia. Six French-Canadian voyageurs accompanied the explorer Mackenzie on his expedition to the west coast of the continent in 1792-93. 

Frequently Asked Questions by Travelers planning a trip to British Columbia

What is the most widely spoken language in British Columbia ?

The most widely spoken language in British Columbia is English. Although there is no legal official language, English is used consistently by official bodies, giving it de facto official language status, as in most English-speaking provinces.

British Columbia is the third largest province in the country, after Quebec and Ontario, occupying 10% of Canada's land mass.













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  🌲 Forest spots     ⛰️ Hill station spots     🐾 Wildlife spots     🛣️ Road trip spots     🏞️‍ Waterfall spots     ⛰️ Mountain range spots     🌲 Spruce-fir forest spots     🌲 Nature reserve spots     🌊‍ Ocean spots     🏞️ Lake spots     ⛰️ Mountain spots     ❄️ Glacial lake spots     ⛰️ Highland spots     ⛰️ Hill spots     🏞️ National park spots     🛣️ Off-roading spots     🏞️ River spots     🌴 Jungle spots     ❄️ Glacial landform spots     🏕️ Camping spots     🌉 Bridge spots     Driving spots     🏖️ Shore spots     🏖️ Coast spots     ⛰️ Summit spots     Adventure spots     Log cabin spots     ❄️ Tundra spots  



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