4 lugares que debes visitar durante tu próximo viaje a British Columbia

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Los hermosos e impresionantes paisajes que esta provincia canadiense ofrece son infinitos. Es por ello que si planeas viajar a British Columbia, una vez se levanten todas las restricciones, debes visitar alguno de estos cuatro Parques Nacionales y recorrer sus senderos.

Pacific Rim

Para los que disfrutan de paseos largos, el camino West Coast Trail es perfecto. Otra opción ideal es Schooner Cover Trail, donde podrán encontrar más de 22 kilómetros de bellísimas playas, que no te debes perder. Recomendamos llegar por la mañana para gozar del lugar.

Mount Revelstoke

Un denso bosque de extensas praderas de flores silvestres es lo que verás. Lo que caracteriza a este sitio es que es el único Parque Nacional de Canadá donde es posible llegar al pico de una montaña a tan sólo unos pasos desde donde estacionaste tu automóvil. Aquí, las vistas son espectaculares… e inolvidables.

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#exploreBC with Locals: Meet @ashvoykin from Castlegar! Ashley Voykin is an outdoor adventure and landscape photographer, her work explores the small towns, and big mountains of the West Kootenay region that she calls home. She can be found exploring roads and trails during the summer months, and capturing skiing in the mountain town of Rossland once the snow flies. Here are some of her favourite places to connect with nature. "The West Kootenay region consists of towering mountains, deep lakes, and an abundance of adventure year-round. Each summer I try to visit a few trails that I have yet to explore. The Davis Creek Trail was one location that I visited for the first time this summer, located north of Kaslo, this steep trail led me to an incredible view overlooking Kootenay Lake. Further to the North and within the majesty of the Purcell Mountains is one of my favourite destinations to visit during summer for the colourful wildflowers, and again in the fall time once the larches turn golden. Jumbo Pass never fails to take my breath away, and is accessible from both the East and West Kootenay Regions. Some of my most memorable experiences in the mountains have been during the early hours of morning, or late evenings under a darkening sky. An overnight trip out to Kaslo lake, within Kokanee Glacier Provincial Park is a great way to experience those magical moments of light. I’ve also been exploring a different set of trails this summer, after getting geared up at @cycologybikes_inc I’ve been riding Castlegars mountain bike trails. Pictured is @jeffashton_97 on the newest addition to the local trail network, Wings over Merry which has one of the coolest perspectives of town and the confluence of the Kootenay and Columbia Rivers! To spend time in nature my adventures don’t always take me far into the backcountry, and Rossland is a perfect place for that. Starting from downtown, I love to hike up to the top of @redresort for views sweeping over Rossland and Trail. You can finish off the hike with a stop at the Velvet Restaurant inside @thejosiehotel right at the base of the mountain.” #CanadaNice #BCNice #KootRockNice

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Yoho

Se encuentra al occidente de las Montañas Rocosas canadienses, alberga las Cascadas Takakkaw (unas de las más altas del país) y un hermoso puente de piedra natural esculpido con la fuerza del Río Kicking Horse. Sólo por estas tres razones debe estar en la lista de los viajeros, además de contar con paseos de todo tipo. El sendero Wapta Falls Trail es una experiencia excelente.

Kootenay

Comparte frontera con Yoho, Banff y el Parque Provincial Mount Assiniboine. Es tan contrastante que los excursionistas podrán maravillarse con los ríos de montaña, aguas termales, cascadas, manantiales y mucho más.

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