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Explore the most AWESOME local travel experiences in B.C. this fall and winter!

Local travel within the province is made awesome with our Seasonal B.C. Travel Guide!
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Chilliwack Lake, B.C.

There’s a chill in the air, and that only means one thing: it’s time to swap our hiking shoes for our snow boots as we head right into the fall and winter travel season!

Our all-new Seasonal BC Travel Guide has launched, containing local travel ideas during the coldest (and merriest) months of the year. 

From downhill skiing at one of B.C.’s many ski mountain resorts to indulging in city staycations and local libations, there are no shortage of incredible adventures to be had across the province. 

Here’s a selection of some of the best local travel experiences B.C. has to offer in the fall and winter time:

Whistler

Renowned as B.C.’s ultimate winter playground, this mountain paradise is filled with so many unforgettable outdoor activities, from snowmobile tours and heli sightseeing, to ziplining and bungee jumping. You can also spend the afternoon observing the works of Canada’s most celebrated artists at Audain Air Museum and unwind at the scenic and relaxing Scandinave Spa Whistler. 

For the best package deals on these experiences and more, check out The Adventure Group Whistler

Wells Gray

With over 40 named falls in the area, Wells Gray in B.C.’s Interior region is home to dozens of Canada’s most breathtaking waterfalls. You can experience them all and more from Wells Gray Provincial Park, where you can hike through ancient forests, pioneer ruins, and endless waterfalls, including Canada’s 4th highest waterfall, Helmcken Falls.


Moon Curser Vineyards. Photo: Destination Osoyoos.

Osoyoos Wine Country

If you’re looking to “wine” down with an outstanding local getaway, look no further than Osoyoos Wine Country.

With nearly 70 wineries located between the Oliver-Osoyoos and Similkameen Wine regions, Osoyoos is a haven for wine lovers. Osoyoos sips include a variety of diverse Okanagan-based wine producers from across the territory — each with its own unique story, character, and specialities that are just waiting to be discovered through delightful wine tasting experiences.

B.C.’s Southern Interior

Daydreaming of taking a road trip to a destination that has spectacular scenery, fresh mountain air, and all of the delicious food and satisfying wine, cider, and spirits you can have? Then cruise along the western Crowsnest Highway #3 in B.C.'s southern interior! 

Located just two and a half hours east of Vancouver, this must-drive route of Highway 3 connects the communities of the Similkameen Valley, Osoyoos, and Boundary Country, with the Similkameen Independent Winegrowers wine route. The lakes and rivers along the highway make for incredible views  in the fall and winter seasons.

For more local travel ideas for fall and winter, check out our BC Travel Guide