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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11 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!'

12 MB Guiding - Victoria

Toll-free
Phone250-703-1056

MB Guiding is an Association of Canadian Mountain Guides (ACMG) certified guide service located in Victoria, BC. Mike Blake, ACMG Hiking Guide, is the lead guide on all trips and has decades of outdoor experience. We promote a lightweight style of hiking to decrease pack weight, increase agility, and reduce the chance of injuries. We provide vegan breakfasts and dinners.

We offer guided trips in Pacific Rim National Park Reserve, Strathcona Provincial Park, Cape Scott Provincial Park, and on Nootka Island. Our flagship trips are the West Coast Trail, North Coast Trail, Nootka Island Trail, Della Falls Trail, and the Augerpoint Traverse. We run scheduled trips from May to October and custom trips year-round.

Discover the wildest places left on earth with MB Guiding!

13 Mistaya Lodge & Alpine Tours - Golden

Helicopter Access Only
Golden, British Columbia
V0A 1H0
Toll-free866-647-8292
Phone250-344-6689

Located in the Canadian Rockies between Banff & Yoho National Parks, Mistaya is an eco-friendly wilderness adventure destination. The secluded, post and beam lodge is surrounded by a panorama of pristine peaks, glaciers & alpine meadows. Come relax in the beauty & peace; it's an artist & photographer's paradise. Or participate in activities such as hiking, ski touring, snowshoeing & mountaineering at all levels. Certified guides will lead you on informative adventures while the cook prepares a wonderful meal. Helicopter access only.

Families are encouraged to come, learn & explore. Our WildCat Cabin is perfect for your next family getaway. Holds up to 6 guests, with optional catering and/or guiding.

Come & make memories of a lifetime with us.

Explore...Escape...Experience...the fun & exhilaration of hiking & snowshoeing!

Spend the day high above Vancouver's skyline & experience a different point of view. Only 15-30 minutes from downtown. All you need is a camera. No experience necessary. Tours include hiking poles, snowshoes, snack, beverage & a souvenir photo.

Or choose one of our Best of Vancouver Shore Excursion city tours. These tours are great for people who are visiting Vancouver for the first time & don't have a lot of time. As your private tour guide, we can adjust the schedule & activities to meet your needs.

15 Nimmo Bay Wilderness Resort - Nimmo Bay

Toll-free800-837-4354
Phone800-837-4354

At Nimmo Bay in beautiful British Columbia, you define what it means to be brave. Fly to pristine coastal river to catch wild steelhead trout & salmon. Enjoy a helicopter adventure over the treetops of 130,000 sq km (50,000 sq mi) of wilderness, en route to lunch on a 10,000 year old glacier. You can also test your courage by enjoying a brisk swim in the waterfall plunge pool. Enjoy a guided day of bear watching, whale watching, or a peaceful trek through the forest around the luxurious resort. You choose the adventure, Nimmo Bay provides the experience.

This family-owned & operator business offers fresh coastal cuisine & first-class service along with intimidate & relaxing wilderness experiences, helping you explore nature in its purest form.

16 Nuk Tessli Wilderness Experience - Nimpo Lake

P.O.B. 143
Nimpo Lake, British Columbia
V0L 1R0
Toll-free
Phone604-000-0000

Nuk Tessli Wilderness Experience - a hiker's paradise in the Coast Mountains BC. Nuk Tessli is located on the shores of a high altitude alpine lake in the heart of the Coast Mountains. The area surrounding the lake is a hiker's paradise - it offers various and divergent scenery from rolling alpine meadows to steep mountain walls and glaciers and hikes to fit every level of ability. We offer accommodation, full board and guiding services. Each of our cabins can accommodate four-six guests and each is equipped with a wood stove, compost toilet and light . We can offer privacy for our guests, use of showers, use of canoes and an outdoor hot tub that is perfectly located on the lakeshore facing the Monarch Mountain mastiff.

17 Sea to Sky Expeditions - Squamish

1742 Harris Road
Squamish, British Columbia
V0N 3G0
Toll-free800-990-8735
Phone604-815-4202

Sea to Sky Expeditions has been providing quality wilderness experiences since 1988. We offer a wide variety of activities & locations throughout BC. We are British Columbia's hiking experts, come join us on the West Coast Trail or take in a stunning mountain vista. Sea kayak in Johnstone Strait with the orcas or paddle a canoe through the world-class Bowron Lakes circuit. Amazing scenery, great food, certified guides & new friends await! No previous experience required.

18 Step Outside Adventures - Delta

Toll-free
Phone604-710-6641

Come experience the natural beauty of British Columbia.

With tours departing daily from Vancouver & Richmond, Step Outside Adventures is your gateway to outdoor adventure and world-class scenery. Our exciting sightseeing tours include round-trip transportation and live narration. Whether you want to hike up to an alpine lake, go snowshoeing in a winter wonderland, or just see the sights of Whistler, Victoria, Vancouver, or many other places, we have a large number of tours available for you!

Visit our website and check out our list of upcoming public tours or book a private tour (available daily).

19 Talus Backcountry Lodge - Invermere

Helicopter Access 45 Km North East Of Invermere
Invermere, British Columbia
V0A 1K0
Toll-free
Phone250-342-9358

Available activities: hiking, nature viewing, climbing, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing or back-country skiing.

Adjacent to Banff National Park, Talus Lodge is open both summer and winter. This comfortable and secluded lodge and surrounding area offer stunning views of the Canadian Rocky Mountains, including Mt. Assiniboine.

Talus Lodge is a two storey chalet-style building featuring accommodation for up to 12 guests in six bedrooms, kitchen, living and dining room and gear drying room. All rooms offer outstanding views and access to sundecks. After a day of exploring, you can relax by the fire or in the sauna.

Trek & Treats invites you to experience Canada's West Coast during an unforgettable inn-to-inn hiking journey across southern Vancouver Island. Discover nature, culture and hospitality on a self-guided hiking or multi-sport tour.

Walk along rugged coastline, through ancient forest and peaceful farmland during a three to seven day tour, or travel by kayak or bicycle for some of the distance. Enjoy local eateries and stay in rural B&B's. Travel at your own pace, with your own company.

Trek & Treats provides maps and route information, arranges your accommodations and transports your luggage. Personalized options are available.

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