Lake of the Hanging Glacier

We broke camp while the sun was trying gainfully to poke its rays through the thick cloud - it failed.  Setting off from the Stockdale Creek Recreation Site we make our way along the rough Horsethief Creek forestry service road towards the trailhead.

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Wandering on the Edge

As I motor into the village of Ucluelet on the rugged, sun-drenched west coast of Vancouver Island, I’m greeted by the bite of sharp salty air. This balmy spring-like weather is unusual for February, so the three-hour drive from the island’s more heavily populated eastern side has been spectacular.

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Stepping Back in Time to the Gold Rush Town of Barkerville

The best way to describe the old gold rush town of Barkerville in British Columbia’s Cariboo district,  is ‘rollicking’. From the moment I walked through the entrance gate I felt the excitement.  A tourism host walked with me down the dusty road of the town’s main street and explained some...

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Yacht Cruising in British Columbia

Water dripped off the huge, purple starfish our resident marine biologist had just plucked off an outcropping of stone which lined the pristine inlet we were exploring in one of the lushly forested islands off the coast of British Columbia.

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Free Campsites in British Columbia

Why pay upwards of $30 a night to camp with hundreds of other people when you can camp for free away from the crowds? Why indeed, when you can camp for free in quiet and peaceful surrounding however finding and securing your free campsite requires patience, skills, stealth and a...

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Camp for Free in BC

British Columbia, Canada is the perfect place for outdoor enthusiasts.  Opportunities to get off the beaten track abound with its untouched wilderness, amazing wildlife, and natural wonders.  British Columbia offers the nature lover so many choices including hiking, biking, climbing, swimming, kayaking, bird watching, wild life viewing, fishing, and exploring.

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