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Gladstone Provincial Park

Formerly called Texas Creek Provincial Park, Gladstone Provincial Park is a vast expanse of unspoiled wilderness on the northern tip of Christina Lake. This 39,387-hectare park is situated in the Selkirk Foothills, which includes a diversity of habitats unique to the area, including an important winter range for deer and elk, kokanee salmon spawning areas, and old-growth cedar and hemlock forests. Christina Lake is one of the warmest and clearest lakes in Canada, and is a very popular summer destination.

Aside from its ecological importance, the Gladstone Park also has historical features. Traces of […]

By |2019-01-15T14:22:08-07:00February 21st, 2013|0 Comments

Provincial Park Campgrounds and Reservations

Discover an outdoor utopia amongst our pristine alpine lakes, rugged mountainous interior, and misty old-growth forests carpeted with dew-soaked ferns and moss. Pitch a tent, or just hike in for the day – in British Columbia you can see nature as it was meant to be seen, in all its breathtaking glory.

British Columbia has over 700 national and provincial parks, plus many regional parks. Of the provincial parks, 175 offer camping facilities, some of which permit reservations. BC provincial parks do not have electrical plug-ins and water hook-ups for recreational vehicles at campsites. The […]

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All Parks in British Columbia

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Canoeing & Kayaking in the Kootenays

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Crowsnest Highway 3The West Kootenays

Christina Lake has a disposition as sweet as the rolling hills that surround this classic Kootenay beauty. Launch a canoe or kayak from the beach in Gladstone Provincial Park and enjoy a paddle around the northern half of this popular lake. You’ll find wilderness campsites on sandy shores, if you care to spend a night under the stars.

If you’re lured to spend more than a day on the water, tackle the three-day, 30-mile (50-km) paddle […]

By |2014-04-02T14:44:43-07:00February 22nd, 2013|0 Comments

Camping in the Kootenays

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Crowsnest Highway 3The West Kootenays

The biggest provincial campground in this part of the West Kootenays is Kokanee Creek Provincial Park, about 12 miles (19 km) east of Nelson on Hwy 3A, on the north shore of the west arm of Kootenay Lake. The park offers vehicle/tent sites in two campgrounds, Sandspit and Redfish. Its extensive sandy beaches and delta area are backed by a gently rising upland, giving way to the forested slopes […]

By |2016-08-19T15:44:00-07:00February 22nd, 2013|1 Comment

Christina Lake Provincial Park

Christina Lake Provincial Park provides a wonderful recreation facility for the whole family, with 350 metres of sandy beach along a lake that is considered to be one of the warmest and clearest in all of Canada, with an average summer water temperature of 73 Degrees Fahrenheit.

Surrounded by the Christina and Rossland Ranges of the Monashees, Christina Lake offers some great water-oriented recreation, with marinas and a public boat launch in the vicinity.

The beach is long and sandy, and is backed by sweet-smelling cottonwoods and white-barked birches. Plenty of picnic tables are provided amongst the […]

By |2019-01-15T14:22:05-07:00February 21st, 2013|0 Comments

Mountain Biking in Greater Vancouver

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Although the seat of extreme mountain biking lies just across the Lions Gate and Second Narrows Bridges from Vancouver and Burnaby on the North Shore, Vancouver itself has very little in the way of challenging fat-tire trails, aside from those in Pacific Spirit Regional Park.

Everett Crowley Park is located in Vancouver’s Champlain Heights neighbourhood. Although the park has only been in existence since 1987, it has already gained a reputation as a place to ride a bike, be it skinny tire, fat tire, or BMX. […]

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Hiking & Backpacking in Greater Vancouver

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There’s plenty of action afoot around Vancouver and neighbouring areas, especially in city parks and beaches. You can ‘walk till you drop’ along the Stanley Park Seawall and along the 33-mile (53-km) trail network in Pacific Spirit Regional Park, 12 miles (18 km) of which are set aside exclusively for those on foot. Vancouver’s Queen Elizabeth Park and New Westminster’s Queen’s Park feature particularly eye-pleasing pathways bordered on all sides by intensely planted gardens. At certain times of the year the colours […]

By |2019-01-15T14:22:23-07:00February 21st, 2013|0 Comments

Canoeing & Kayaking in Greater Vancouver

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Burrard Inlet lies both west and east of Stanley Park’s Prospect Point, where it is spanned by the Lions Gate Bridge at First Narrows. This aging, three-laned structure connects Vancouver with North and West Vancouver. The inlet expands into Coal Harbour, where much of the commercial marine activity is centred. It contracts again at Second Narrows where the Ironworkers Memorial Second Narrows Bridge links Vancouver and Burnaby on the south with North Vancouver on the north. Just beyond Second Narrows, Burrard Inlet divides and […]

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Denman Island

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Tranquil and bucolic, Denman Island and Hornby Island sit just off the east coast of Vancouver Island. Denman Island is the larger of the two, known for its pastoral farmlands and its population of talented artisans.

Separated from Vancouver Island by narrow Baynes Sound, Denman Island is fertile, low-lying and lush. Its beautiful sandstone and gravel shores teem with life: oysters, rock crabs, clams, eagles, seabirds and black-tailed deer.

Denman was once known as Punchlatt Island, and the Inner Island, by the Puntledge First Nations who set up summer camps on […]

By |2019-01-15T14:23:44-07:00December 17th, 2012|0 Comments