British Columbia may be best known for Vancouver and Victoria: but there’s more to this province than these two cities. The countless views that stretch over mountain peaks and rivers and valleys make it an ideal place for anyone to move.
These are some of the most beautiful parks and views in the province: spaces so gorgeous you’ll want to call them home!
Whistler is the best-known national park in British Columbia because of its countless views and incredible sports, from skiing to white water rafting. Regardless of what time of the year you visit, you’ll feel the urge to start looking at real estate for sale in Whistler so you can make your visit a permanent stay.
Every inch of this park has something fantastic and new that you can’t find anywhere else, and it makes for a great visit that will leave you feeling refreshed and excited to visit again.
Yoho National Park
The Yoho National Park is home in the rock Mountains of eastern British Columbia. Famous for its gorgeous waterfalls and endless rivers, you can have the chance to take in a magnificent mix of mountains and water from every angle. This park is a favorite for photographers because of the fun views of everything from nature to the trains that glide through this surreal landscape.
Stretched out over 507 square miles, one visit will quickly help you realize you have to come back time and time again.
Pacific Rim National Park Reserve
This park located in British Columbia is separated into three unique pieces of land. Ranging from Long Beach, the Broken Group Islands, to the West Coast Trail, this reserve offers the opportunity to take in some of the most breathtaking views you can find in the country.
Crisp, clear water kisses the skyline and blurs the lines between ground and air in nearly eerie view, and can leave you feeling like you’ve stepped into a gorgeous painting.
This region of British Columbia is known for more than just the nature that’s always been there. Gorgeous orchards and farmlands stretch on as far as you can see, painting the mountainsides and valleys in clean lines of goods.
On the shore of Okanagan lake, this park is encircled by endless pine trees and can feel like a world all its own. The population is just under 400,000 people, yet it feels like a far smaller town: and is absolutely a must-visit for anyone in British Columbia.
Great Bear Rainforest
Although bears have a bad reputation: they’re not bad animals! The Great Bear Rainforest is named after the large selection of bears that call the area home. A refuge for coastal wolves, sea otters, and the all-white spirit bear (the rarest bear on Earth) visiting can remind you how beautiful nature is. Filling 25,000 square miles, you can take in endless views of beautiful forestry and the wildlife that calls it home.
British Columbia is more than just cities; it has so much going for it that everyone should experience it at least once!