British Columbia Tourist Attractions

British Columbia Tourist Attractions


– Do you guys love Canada? Do you love nature? Let’s head to B.C.! (relaxing music) Whenever you’re driving, there are plenty of spots to stop for viewpoints. You will be mesmerized,
so when it’s safe, stop and get a glimpse of amazing scenery. (relaxing music) (energetic music) (gentle music) (relaxing music) At Joffre Lakes National Park, there are three viewpoints. The first one accessible to everybody, so beautiful, the second and third, are a bit of a hike and I mean a couple of kilometers, if you’re
bringing children, make sure they’re a little older and no strollers, or if you’re injured, take it easy, ’cause this goin’ uphill it’s gonna require a lot of energy. (gentle music) So although we didn’t come to Whistler when you can ski or
snowboard, ’cause right now there is no snow, clearly,
there’s still plenty of cool things to do. (gentle music) (relaxing music) Canada is completely unpredictable. We’re traveling around September, October, yesterday was sunny, then it was raining, now it’s hailing and snowing, so you never know what you’re gonna get. Pack your rain gear,
pack your winter gear, pack lots of layers, you should be fine, and just enjoy it. Get out there and let’s keep goin’, guys! (energetic music) I’ve never chopped wood before, so let’s see what happens. Don’t judge. I told you guys, the seasons change here like crazy, right now we’re
in full-on winter mode, but we keep on hiking, let’s go. (energetic music) (relaxing music) So right now, we’re on
the Sea to Sky Gondola, tickets were around 44, $45 Canadian, but you get some pretty cool viewpoints and let’s see what the top
holds for us (laughing). (gentle music) Right now we’re in beautiful Squamish, it’s the beginning of
October, so the temperatures are rising and falling like crazy. We are at the Sea to Sky Gondola, we just completed the Spirit Trail, which is very kid-friendly, very easy, lots of things going on,
but also a lot of people and right now, we’re doing
an intermediate hiking trail, which is called Al’s Habrich Trail. This one you need a bit of strength, a bit of momentum, a bit
of gear, if you have water, take it up with you. Shoes, you’re gonna be
climbing over water, rocks, you name it, uphill, downhill, this is it. I’ve personally been
wearing my Blundstones, I didn’t know what to expect here, but they’ve held up pretty well. (gentle music) Today we are at Grouse Mountain. It’s around $56 Canadian
per adult to come here. You get to ride a chairlift, like you see in the background here, there’s
also another little one. You get viewpoints, you
get to see grizzly bears, cool documentaries, you
can go on an eco-hike, there are also lumberjack shows. There’s so much going on, great food, too, so everything’s located here. Normally, when I read reviews,
they said around three hours people usually spend
here, but we’ve been here for probably double that
time, so take the day, enjoy Grouse Mountain, and
I’ll see you out there. (gentle music) (cheerful music) In B.C., you’ve got to go to
the Capilano Suspension Bridge. (cheerful music) (relaxing music) Granville Public Market. (cheerful music) (relaxing music) (soft music) (gentle music) (relaxing music) (upbeat music) Beacon Hill Park. (upbeat music) (energetic music) After many recommendations,
I was told to come to Oak Bay Marina in
Victoria to feed the seals and we get here and it’s not
open to the public anymore! So it’s definitely a nice
place to check out the scenery, but other than that,
you’ve gotta be a member. (energetic music) (gentle music) The beautiful Butchart Gardens. Don’t forget to capture your experience. (gentle music) (peaceful music) Discover Chilliwack Lake. (water splashing)
(Olivia laughing) (peaceful music) (upbeat music) Thank you so much for tuning in and watching my trip to B.C.,
if you guys have been to B.C., let me know your favorite
place, if you’re planning to go and you have any questions,
feel free to message me in the comment box. Of course, like this video, subscribe, and we will see you on the next adventure. (relaxing music)

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