6 Things Locals Say To Add To Your BC Vacation Itinerary And Don’t Forget Your Hiking Boots
There are so many fun things to do, places to see and restaurants to discover in British Columbia, but for visitors it can be difficult to know the best places to go.
Residents gather in a BC Reddit thread to share some of their must-stops while in the province.
From hikes with stunning views to some of the most drool-worthy restaurants, here’s a list of six essential stops to add to your summer vacation itinerary.
Visit the lakes around Whistler, BC
A Reddit user mentioned checking out all the lakes scattered around Whistler. Lost Lake, Green Lake and Alta Lake are all beautiful lakes to visit with great hiking trails around them.
Plus, if you have a dog with you, these lakes are very dog friendly and some have their own off-leash dog areas for pooches.
Explore Long Beach in Tofino
Long Beach is a great place to watch the waves crash and maybe even go surfing. A Reddit user mentioned that there is a large barbecue area and beer garden near the campsite on the beach.
Rent a bike and ride around Stanley Park
Stanley Park is an iconic park with stunning ocean views. The seawall surrounding Stanley Park is a great way to really take in all of Vancouver’s best scenery.
A recommended user grab hot dogs, swim at Third Beach, and stop at Stanley Park Brewing while you’re there.
Britannia Mine Museum
The Britannia Mine Museum is a fun and historic site to see along the Sea to Sky Highway. It’s a great stopover whether you’re on your way to Whistler or Squamish, according to a user.
You can even take an underground tour to really get an in-depth idea of what it was like when it was a real working mine.
Eat at Pasta Lupino
According to a Reddit userthis restaurant is where the locals eat in Whistler, BC. The restaurant serves fresh handmade pasta, so if you’re looking for a delicious meal, check out this hidden gem.