Coast & Mountains Region
an area of the map or a link at the left or below
Welcome to Vancouver, Coast & Mountains. BC's southwestern
tourism region takes in Greater Vancouver, the fertile Fraser Valley,
the resort destination of Whistler, the shimmering Sunshine Coast
and the mighty Fraser Canyon.
From the snow capped solitude of the mountain peaks to the cosmopolitan
flair of Greater Vancouver, there's much to offer. All within a days
drive of one of the most beautiful cities in the world. It's no wonder
so many visitors are captivated by the lure of the west coast. Come
once and you can hardly wait to return.
more about The Vancouver, Coast and Mountains region by choosing an
area from the map. Then, Click and explore! Or, use the side buttons
to plan your vacation. You'll find information on the points of interest,
communities, trails, provincial parks, accommodations, adventures
and outdoor shops.
Steveston Seabreeze Adventures: Experience our warmth and hospitality as we share with you the pristine BC West Coast wilderness. Our love is to observe marine animals in their natural environment, and to share that experience with... more
REO Rafting Adventure Resort: Raft BCs best rivers near Vancouver, Kelowna & Whistler. Enjoy a hot tub, sauna, private beach, serene wilderness & hiking trails. REO adventure vacations include kayaking, fishing, hiking, canoeing,... more
OK Chalets.com: We feature a variety of BC's finest ski-in/ski-out Villas, Resorts, Condos & private Chalet rentals. Stay at Big White, Silver Star, Sun Peaks, Fernie Alpine Resort and Whistler Blackcomb. We also of... more
Tourism Harrison Hot Springs: Nestled against the mountains & sandy beaches of Harrison Lake there’s entertainment & fun for all ages. Enjoy a refreshing dip, explore the lake, indulge in a circle farm tour, arts festivals, fine ... more
Rocky Mountain Holidays: Rail Vacations in the Rocky Mountains & Western Canada! Rocky Mountain Holidays customize vacations that combine the romance of train travel with the magnificent scenery of Western Canada. more