Explore British Columbia’s vibrant arts and cultural scene and thriving artisan communities.
THE COAST WITH THE MOST
John Muir ~ Coming Home
A short film inspired by writings of the naturalist, author, and early advocate of wilderness preservation.
Travellers Michele and Jan take a kayaking tour from Telegraph Cove on Vancouver Island to go whale-watching and wildlife viewing.
Meet the Malloy Brothers
Blazing trails off the beaten path since before they knew how to stand up on a surfboard.
The Oregon Coast: A Winter Odyssey
Take an awe-inspiring winter odyssey along all 363 miles of Oregon’s public coast.
And so today, I’m packing a little bag. And I’m getting in the car. And I’m going to enjoy my adventure.
Wild Rivers Coast Scenic Bikeway
The 61-mile ride is anchored in the quaint fishing hamlet of Port Orford, the oldest town on the Oregon coast.
Surfing in Tofino
Sandy beaches with year-round surfing are found in Cox Bay, Chesterman Beach and popular Long Beach.
This year marked the inaugural Trans-Cascadia race. Inspired by the Trans-Provence, the race unfolds over four days with 21 stages and 32,000ft of descending trails.
The Wild Within: British Columbia
This video about British Columbia pairs breathtaking footage with thoughtful prose about our relationship to nature.