Like many Canadian towns, Golden owes its existence to the railroad, having been established in 1882 as a basecamp for the Canadian Pacific Railway in its westward expansion. Today the railroad still influences the town’s economy.
Located only 1.5 hours east of Vancouver, Hope is a laid-back, quirky town often viewed by travellers as a pit stop on their way to other destinations. Stop a while and discover that Hope is much more than just a pit stop - it's a town worth spending time in.
Famous for hot, dry and sunny summers and mild-for-Canada winters, Kelowna is among the top places to visit in British Columbia for both Canadians and international visitors.
Tucked into the eastern slopes of the Purcell Mountains, in the heart of the Kootenay region, lies the little town of Kimberley. Formerly home of the world’s richest lead-zinc mines, there’s an abundance of things to see and do in Kimberley.