Randonnée

Randonnée dans le parc national de Glacier, photo de Tourism BC/David Gluns
Randonnée dans le parc national de Glacier, photo de Tourism BC/David Gluns

La Colombie-Britannique regorge de centaines de circuits de randonnée, qui parcourent des sites naturels spectaculaires. La Colombie-Britannique  compte plus de 850 parcs et zones protégées avec des installations ouvertes toute l'année. Qu'il s'agisse de petites promenades sur des chemins de verdure bien balisés ou d'éprouvants treks de plusieurs jours avec sac à dos, vous trouverez ce qui vous convient dans les types d'excursion proposés.

Situé au sud de l'île de Vancouver, le Circuit de randonnée West Coast est le plus connu de Colombie-Britannique. Les randonneurs du monde entier y affluent pour se mesurer à cette route côtière de 75 km, réputée pour sa beauté et pour les efforts physiques qu'elle impose.

Plages de sable, forêts tropicales et rugissement de l'océan Pacifique accompagneront les randonneurs le long de la côte de l'île de Vancouver. Les piscines d'eau de mer de la Plage botanique, située le long du Chemin marin Juan de Fuca, regorgent de vie marine, tandis que les vastes plages de sable du Parc provincial Naikoon s'étendent sur environ 100 km. Le Chemin de randonnée de Sunshine Coast permet aux randonneurs d'admirer l'océan et de profiter de la fraîcheur de l'environnement d'une forêt séculaire.

Contemplez les montagnes volcaniques aux teintes rouges, jaunes et orange depuis le justement nommé circuit de randonnée Rainbow Range de la côte Cariboo Chilcotin. Croisez les parois grises imposantes du circuit de randonnée Rockwall (dans le Parc national Kootenay). Les pics abrupts enneigés accueillent les visiteurs sur le chemin de randonnée Berg Lake du Mont Robson.

Les villes de Vancouver, de Victoria et de Whistler permettent d'accéder rapidement à des forêts pleines de quiétude et à d'exceptionnels chemins de randonnée et d'excursion. Testez-vous sur le chemin de randonnée Galloping Goose de Victoria, les nombreux chemins de randonnée du Parc provincial Cypress (à proximité de Vancouver) ou le majestueux circuit de randonnée du lac Lost (à Whistler).

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For the wildlife enthusiast to the adrenaline junkie...

Are you looking for an outdoor experience at your pace, without the burden of large groups? Then let ACT Adventures custom design you the experience of a lifetime!

Maybe you'd like a two-day hiking/camping adventure in the mountains to see majestic lakes, glaciers & waterfalls, a day trip in the forest in search of elusive wild animals, like bears & deer, or maybe an eco-friendly camping holiday. For the adrenaline infused adventure we can include ziplining, bungee jumping, etc. We plan your adventure, your way. Includes transportation, meals, accommodations, guides & more!

2 BCYukon Adventures - Surrey

Toll-free1-877-821-1411
Phone604-501-9232

In business since 1988, we offer some of the best wilderness adventures in British Columbia. Hiking, canoe, river rafting, & kayaking trips for beginners & experienced adventurers. Trips range from 6 to 12 days.

Hikes include the West Coast Trail, Canada's top-rated hiking trip, & the historic Chilkoot Trail where we follow in the footsteps of the 1898 Klondike gold rushers. Sea kayaking tours on Vancouver Island include the orcas of Johnstone Strait, & the sea otters of Nuchatlitz. Our canoe adventure is to the world famous Bowron Lakes, Canada's quintessential lake canoe experience. Our Tatshenshini River rafting in Northern BC is rated #1 in the world by National Geographic.

Expeditions include transportation from the point of origin, major equipment, food, meal preparation, professional guides, & safety items.

3 Big White Summer - Kelowna

5315 Big White Rd
Kelowna, British Columbia
V1P 1P3
Toll-free866-491-9040
Phone250-491-6101

Take in the summer air and incredible landscapes of Big White. Hike the marked walking trails or take a scenic tour on the Bullet Chair and enjoy the mountain wild flowers and lush nature that surrounds you. Summer hiking and sightseeing will open at Big White from Saturday, July 4 until Labour Day Monday, September 7.

4 Coastal Bliss Adventures - Cowichan Bay

4865 Bench Road
Cowichan Bay, British Columbia
V0R 1N1
Toll-free800-896-9525
Phone250-715-0034

We specialize in adventures for both the novice and the experienced. Coastal Bliss Adventures specializes in active multi-day, and day tours.

The famous West Coast Trail is our flagship hiking tour. We also offer shorter or less demanding hiking tours of equal beauty and interest. Our kayaking destinations include the picturesque Gulf Islands, the beautiful Broken Group Islands, and Johnstone Strait, orca capital of British Columbia.

Whales and other wildlife are common sightings on all of our Vancouver Island tours. We run both scheduled and custom adventures.

Our guides are professional, friendly, and well certified in first aid and food safe. We have your vacation safety and experience as our top priority.

Making your adventure vacation exceptional is our business.

5 Discover Wells Gray - Clearwater

343 Clearwater Valley Rd
Clearwater, British Columbia
V0E 1N1
Toll-free
Phone250-674-2561

Unforgettable wilderness and wildlife experiences in Wells Gray Park. We'll open your eyes to the secrets of one of the largest tracts of wilderness in southern BC. Founded by biologist Dr Gy Ovenden, Discover Wells Gray offers interpretive and adventure guided hikes and nature tours to suit all ages and abilities in varied landscapes from river gorges to alpine peaks. We lead small groups that allow us to provide personalized interpretation and close contact with nature. Half, short and full day trips include guide, snacks or lunch and 4WD transport.

There are some places still left in this world that only the most intrepid travellers will ever experience. Canada's, West Coast Trail is one of them. Challenge yourself to a wilderness hike where few have gone before, along Canada's famed West Coast Trail. Trek beneath the canopy of an old growth forest of trees so tall, they're almost impossible to comprehend. Drift off to sleep on a broad, sandy beach, and here the song of the ocean filling your ears. Explore tidal pools, mysterious rock formations, and spectacular waterfalls. Cross suspension bridges over gaping gorges in a pristine wilderness you once only dreamed of.

Discover the legendary allure of hiking Canada's West Coast Trail, experiencing life on the edge few others get to witness.

Guiides.com is making it easy to adventure in British Columbia with a website to discover and book unique adventures led by locals. Discover adventures such as sunset stand up paddle boarding, climbing giant old growth trees, visiting remote hot springs and more!

Irie Adventure Tours offers guided hiking services all across the province of BC. From the West Coast Trail on Vancouver Island to custom hiking trips in the Rocky Mountains, Irie Adventure Tours is your #1 choice for guided hiking.

Irie Adventure Tours offers transportation, locally sourced and healthy meals and fully certified guides on all hiking packages. Choose from: one-day family nature walks, guided hiking at a luxurious backcountry lodge or multi-day backpacking expeditions.

See the BC we see.

9 Island Lake Lodge Hiking - Fernie

602 A 2nd Ave
Fernie, British Columbia
V0B 1M0
Toll-free888-422-8754
Phone250-423-3700

Walking and hiking in our pristine wilderness and old growth forest relaxes and renews the spirit and provides excitement for the body and mind. Explore the wonders of Island Lake with a Discovery Walk, Adventure Hike or privately guided trip.

10 Kicking Horse Mountain Resort - Summer - Kicking Horse Mountain Resort

1500 Kicking Horse Trail
Kicking Horse Mountain Resort, British Columbia
V0A 1H0
Toll-free866-SKI-KICK (754-5485)
Phone250-439-5425

Kicking Horse is known for spectacular summer adventure and kids under 12 are free. Visit our Grizzly Bear Refuge, home to Boo, our resident grizzly - a conservation, education and research centre, and Canada's largest enclosed and protected grizzly habitat. Challenge the downhill mountain bike trails in the bike park and hike the alpine mountain paths on weekly Rambler's Hikes. Enjoy lunch with a one of a kind view at Eagle's Eye Restaurant. Mountain biking, horseback riding, river rafting, hiking, dining, sightseeing, interpretive bear programs, - it's not 'what to do?', it's 'what to do first!'

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