Rugged British Columbia, Canada’s westernmost province, stretches along the Pacific coast, with the vibrant city of Vancouver at its southern border. Dominated by mountain ranges, it’s a major skiing destination and home to Whistler, co-host of the 2010 Winter Olympics. Hikers, campers and anglers are drawn to its sprawling parks and reserves, including Glacier National Park and the Pacific Rim National Park.
SOURCE: Destination British Columbia
Description: Explore British Columbia: Farm-to-Table in the Okanagan Valley - Follow along as travellers Ross and Pam explore the wineries and culinary experiences of British Columbia's Okanagan Valley by biking the Kettle Valley Railway, a bike trail that allows easy and scenic cycle touring of the region. The Okanagan Valley in British Columbia is known for its abundance of farms and vineyards, with over 200 wineries and many farm-to-table experiences for visitors.