It can be easy to forget how vast, big, and versatile British Columbia is. We’re a large and beautiful province with a lot to offer … and narrowing it down can be overwhelming.

Here are some routes:

 

Othello Tunnels at Coquihalla Canyon Provincial Park
Off of Highway 5 north of Hope, these abandoned tunnels were built in the early 1900s as part of a Canadian Pacific Railway route to connect the Kootenay Region with the B.C. coast.

The Othello tunnels are a straight line of tunnels built through the Coquihalla Gorge, built in 1914.

Explore the tunnels and head along the hiking route to the historic Hope-Nicola Cattle Trail.

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Shannon Falls Provincial Park
Located a short drive up the Sea To Sky Highway in Squamish, Shannon Falls is the third highest falls in B.C.

Have a picnic, take a hike, or, if you’re feeling adventurous, head into nearby Stawamus Chief Provincial Park.

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