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Maligne Valley and Wildlife Tour
"There’s only one way to see the splendor that is the winter wildlife and nature of Jasper National Park. This guided tour takes you in a van through the most stunning sites of the park including Athabasca Valley Maligne Valley and Medicine Lake. See the diversity in the National Park as the van rolls along. There is minimal walking. Get great photos of animals along the way including Elk deer sheep goats
From CAD68.00
 
Maligne Canyon Icewalk
"You'll be safely led by your knowledgeable local guide into heart of the frozen canyon where its sheer limestone walls reach more than 30 meters above. The winter freeze has caused the raging flow of water funneling through this narrow canyon to be brought to a dramatic halt. Waterfalls that drop from the canyon rim are frozen mid-flow cascading down into a spectacular spray of icy daggers. Fitted with warm waterproof winter boots and tread enhancing cleats you will be comfortable and secure for the 4km leisurely icewalk. You will have plenty of time to absorb and photograph the majestic surroundings. During the tour
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Maligne Valley and Wildlife Tour
"There’s only one way to see the splendor that is the winter wildlife and nature of Jasper National Park. This guided tour takes you in a van through the most stunning sites of the park including Athabasca Valley Maligne Valley and Medicine Lake. See the diversity in the National Park as the van rolls along. There is minimal walking. Get great photos of animals along the way including Elk deer sheep goats
From CAD68.00

More Local Customs in Province of British Columbia

Diversity

One thing you will notice right away when you visit British Columbia is the large diversity of people. The census indicated that up to 24.8% of the population were "visible minorities," a Canadian...
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GentleSpirit
Apr 23, 2013

Inuit

Is the name that the Inuit Eskimos of Greenland and Canada identify themselves. The Yupik Eskimos of Alaska, and set related to the Siberian Yupik of the northeastern part of the Russian Far East. The...
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Twan
Jul 28, 2012

Vistor Rebate Program

All visitors may claim a refund of the goods and services tax (GST) and/or, the harmonized sales tax (HST) which they paid on eligible goods, must provide proof that they exported their goods from...
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sunnywong
Apr 04, 2011

DRIVE THROUGH COFFEE SHOP

Along the Skaha lake we went by car, enjoying the lovely views. At a lookout overlooking the lake near Penticton, we found a "Drive - Through Coffee shop"Something very different to where I come from,...
balhannah
May 26, 2010

Speak to People.

When you are out hiking or walking in the countryside you should always make eye contact and say hello. Canadians are very friendly and polite. You may be considered rude and reserved if you...
blint
Nov 23, 2004

Mary-Jane, Reefer, Pot, it's all good here

Okay, while it is not strictly condonned, Marijuana is not totally illegal here either. Ever since the infamous "pot-smoking snowboarder" incident, our beloved province has been dubbed the pot capital...
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amambaw
Jul 07, 2004
 
 
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once home to Native Americans

Remember that this area was once prime ground for Native American life. Visit the Thunderbird Park in Victoria for a fantastic display of totem poles and longhouses.
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richiecdisc
Nov 29, 2009

Have cake!

For our combined marriage celebration and birthday party, we had cake! It was delicious. As I recall, they were both carrot cake with cream cheese icing. Yum!
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bkathryn
Jun 11, 2005

See carvings along the highway

As I've mentioned elsewhere on this page, there are several wood carvings along the highway from Queen Charlotte City to Masset. I saw them in May 1987.
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bkathryn
Feb 09, 2003

Try eating seaweed with salmon roe

Though it may be hard to fine, it is a traditional delicacy with the local Natives. They collect it and spread it on the beach to dry.
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bkathryn
Feb 09, 2003

Try seeing a 'Powwow' (Indian...

Try seeing a 'Powwow' (Indian dance festival). There is one every weekend, but you must do a little search for them.
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mplessers
Aug 26, 2002

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Top Things to Do in Province of British Columbia

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Stanley Park

Take some time to go walking, hire a bike if that's you thing, but do take some time to go and explore Stanley Park. There is a huge amount to see here, historical things, wonderous views, beautiful...
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Chinatown

Victoria's Chinatown has the distinction of being the oldest Chinatown in Canada. It is the second oldest in North America after San Francisco. Victoria's Chinatown grew up to house the many Chinese...
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Hiking

I went to Mt. Albert Edward in the late summer - Early September. It was one of the most magical experiences of my life. We met people who did it in just one day, and others who were doing it in 3...
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The Gulf of Georgia Cannery

We started our exploration of Steveston at the Gulf of Georgia Cannery as it was near where our bus dropped us. The cannery is now a museum. Outside the cannery there was a sculpture showing some of...
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Spotted Lake

After stopping and looking at Spotted Lake, it was time to head down the Mountain on Highway 3 to Osoyoos. On the way down, there is a lookout, if you like taking photo's, then make sure you pull off...
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Myra Canyon

This is a scenic and nice thing to to do in the spring to fall time In Kelowna. It is about a 6-12 km walk or bike, depending on where you want to turn back, and takes from 30 min to 2 hours,...
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Top 5 Province of British Columbia Writers

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"OUR TOUR OF BRITISH COLUMBIA BY HIRE CAR"
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LoriPori

"BRITISH COLUMBIA*****WOW"
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toonsarah

"Beautiful British Columbia!"
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blint

"Due West"
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madamx

"CANADIAN BEAUTY"
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