Featured Mountain Resorts and Lodges in British Columbia
Surround yourself with the glacier-clad peaks of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Bighorn Meadows Resort features stunning views of these majestic peaks. You'll also be close to Kootenay National Park, which is home to the world-renowned Radium Hot Springs mineral pools and quality hiking trails!
The Coastal Mountain Range is home to beautiful scenery, and when you stay at Shearwater Resort & Marina you'll be able to enjoy everything from fishing mountain streams to enjoying whale watching, bear watching and more. The mountains are the backbone of this incredible place.
Two mountains, Whistler and Blackcomb, provide an idyllic background for your next trip to the Four Seasons Resort Whistler! These mountains provide over 200 trails and more than 8,000 acres of terrain just waiting for your to explore on skis, snowboard or snowmobile. During the summer months, these peaks are great for hiking, mountain biking and...
Nancy Greene's Cahilty Lodge puts you just minutes away from all the action Sun Peaks has to offer. The village has shops, galleries and relaxing spas, and the nearby landscapes are perfect for hiking, biking or geocaching. In the winter, the mountain is great for skiing, snowboarding and much more.
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A famous resort town known for its pristine skiing conditions in the Coast Mountains, it comes as no surprise that Whistler hosted the 2010 Winter Olympics. Combining stunning natural scenery and... more
Parksville, British Columbia and Qualicum Beach have been fondly given the nickname "Candada's Riviera" thanks to sweeping local beaches, and the mildest climate of the country. Lay out on the likes... more