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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31 Canadian Adventure Company - Mica Creek

Main
Mica Creek, British Columbia
V0E 2L0
Toll-free
Phone250-835-4516

CAC's Mallard Mountain Lodge, with just seven to nine guests at a time and accessed by 30 minute helicopter flight from Valemount, is the most private and remote lodge in the Canadian Rockies.

Winter ski and snowboard touring. Summer hiking and llama hiking.

Packages include: all-inclusive (guide and food included), self-guided, self-catered, self-guided/self-catered and custom.

You can book as one person, right up to a full private lodge group.

We are located on the western slopes of the Rockies, just above treeline, in spectacular wilderness. Untracked powder snow, glaciers, rivers, waterfalls, alpine lakes, meadows, wildflowers and breathtaking vistas.

Opened in 2014, the lodge was honored by Outside Magazine as the "Best New Lodge Runner Up" worldwide.

32 Cariboo Chilcotin Jetboat Adventures - Williams Lake

Williams Lake
Williams Lake, British Columbia
V2G 2V2
Toll-free877-748-8687
Phone250-659-5800

Cariboo Chilcotin Jetboat Adventures (CCJA) has been offering safe & professional river tours on the Fraser River for over 10 years. Offerings include picturesque scenery, Aboriginal experiences, early explorer & gold rush history. Guests can view wildlife inc: black bear, bighorn sheep, eagles & a large variety of birds. CCJA offers tours & packages that combine all of these offerings, along with an educational interpretation by your local knowledgeable guides. Highlights can include traditional dip netting for wild salmon, salmon BBQ, viewing ancient petroglyphs & ancient village sites, identifying food & medicinal plants, as well as running rapids through towering rock wall canyons.

33 Chilcotin Holidays - Summer - Gold Bridge

Gun Creek Rd
Gold Bridge, British Columbia
V0K 1P0
Toll-free
Phone250-238-2774

Chilcotin Holidays offers customized wilderness adventures, we lead in the stewardship and conservation of our surrounding nature & the rich history and culture of the land. We are located in the south Chilcotin Mountains with sunny skies & dry climate. We provide quality wilderness experiences to novice & advanced riders with 4 & 7-day horseback adventures. Enjoy dude ranch experiences, wildlife viewing (grizzly/black bear, wolf, eagle, deer, bird watching & cougar), educational guide training programs, ESL classes, fishing (river & lake), hiking & mountain biking adventures.

Trips are all-inclusive with accommodation, meals, lessons, equipment, guides from dawn to dusk & much more. Meals consist of fresh fruits & vegetables (some from our garden), lots of homemade baking & delicious & hearty main courses.

34 Compass Heli Tours - Abbotsford

29325 Marsh McCormick Rd
Abbotsford, British Columbia
V4X 2B4
Toll-free
Phone778-242-1145

Create memories to last a lifetime with friends, family or co-workers on a private helicopter adventure experience in world renowned, beautiful British Columbia.

At Compass Heli Tours, we specialize in guided outdoor experiences such as ice cave tours, heli-fishing, kayaking and stand up paddle boarding, picnics, alpine hiking and camping, volcano tours, ice skating, skiing, snowshoeing, wilderness spa experiences, sightseeing, photography flights, destination weddings, engagement photos and much more!

Take a sightseeing adventure tour with us today!

35 Crazy Creek Resort & Hot Pools - Malakwa

6162 Trans Canada Hwy
Malakwa, British Columbia
V0E 2J0
Toll-free855-836-4097
Phone250-836-4097

Located halfway between Calgary & Vancouver along the Trans Canada Hwy 1, you'll find our glacier fed, 3 hot pools & cold plunge pool, boasting beautiful mountain scenery. These relaxing outdoor pools are geothermally heated & offer a heated deck & shower rooms. The spectacular, 2 tiered waterfall can be seen from the suspension bridge, boardwalks & viewing platforms.

For added adventure, bring your own toys & enjoy some of Canada's best backcountry sledding, ATVing, heli-skiing & cat-skiing nearby. There's also 2 kms of beach along the Eagle River, walking & biking trails & additional swimming & fishing holes within close proximity.

Relax at the High Mountain Patio and enjoy ice cream, coffee, baked goods & the gift shop including souvenirs and local products. NEW Hike the Gorge trail takes you above waterfall along Crazy Creek.

36 Creston Valley Wildlife Management Area - Creston

1760 West Creston Rd
Creston, British Columbia
V0B 1G0
Toll-free
Phone250-402-6908

The Creston Valley Wildlife Management Area is an impressive 6,800 hectare (17,000 acre) Ramsar designated wetland habitat located 11 km west of Creston off Hwy 3. From May through October, Naturalists are on-site at the Wildlife Interpretation Centre to provide guided canoe & walking tours (May-Aug), special programs and events, trail maps & information.

Easy 24/7 access to 32 km of meandering dyke trails & 2 viewing towers provide opportunities to view some of the 400 species of wildlife that call this area home. Hiking, biking, bird watching, wildlife viewing, canoeing & fishing are some ways you can enjoy this amazing wetland area.

37 Cypress Mountain - West Vancouver

Cypress Mountain
West Vancouver, British Columbia
V7V 3N9
Toll-free
Phone604-926-5612

Cypress Mountain is 30 minutes from downtown Vancouver & proud to continue to provide our skiers, riders & sliders with the most vertical drop, most terrain, most lifts & some of the best snow conditions on the highest skiing & riding peak of Vancouver's North Shore Mountains. With some of the best skiing & riding in Vancouver, one of Canada's most popular cross-country skiing areas, a huge snow-tubing park & unique snowshoeing tours, Cypress truly offers something for everyone.

There is lots to do in the summer too! Whether you are looking to enjoy the sunny weather with a rugged hike or a quiet afternoon exploring the trails, Cypress Mountain has a variety of summer activities to offer. See our website for information on geocaching, disc golf, wildlife viewing & more.

Précipitation neigeuse annuelle Nombre total de pistes Types de pistes
1100 cm 53 Easy52%Easy35%Easy13%

38 Dam Good Trips - Vancouver

2354 W 8th Ave
Vancouver, British Columbia
V6K 2A9
Toll-free
Phone778-865-3597

Self-guided adventure packages for hiking, kayaking and mountain biking in BC. Get outstanding guidance without the guide. Get the trip of a lifetime without the logistics. We're with you every step of the way. We take care of the details. All you have to do is show up, enjoy and create incredible memories.

We believe that the self-guided, highly personalized trips we create offer you a unique kind of independence and flexibility. What we do best is this: match your needs with the many paddling and hiking opportunities available in BC and equip you to do it. Alone. Unguided. But well informed and advised about what challenges you will face. That's how we put our knowledge to work for you.

39 Ecosummer Expeditions - Sea Kayaking & Adventure Tours - Port McNeill

Toll-free800-465-8884
Phone250-674-0102

Travel with Ecosummer Expeditions on an intimate guided tour, kayaking in the realm of Orcas along BC's Johnstone Strait (the best place in BC to see Killer Whales in the wild). Untamed, inspiring, remote and magical, Warden Beach is home to our Orca Camp and your staging ground for adventures wild and mild.

Explore the coast of Vancouver Island on three, four, and six-day Orca Camp adventures, or book any of our packages in combination with Orca Camp for a "best of BC" vacation!

Unleash your wild side and discover what countless travellers have always known: an Ecosummer expedition is a once-in-a-lifetime journey for the soul, where moments in nature soon become memories to last a lifetime!

40 Ecotours-BC & Pyna-tee-ah - Likely

4911 Quesnel Forks Rd
Likely, British Columbia
V0L 1N0
Toll-free866-299-9100
Phone250-790-2292

Grizzlies, wildlife, birds & nature. Amazing natural & intimate encounters with nature in the hidden wilderness of the Cariboo Mountains. Experience Grizzly bear watching with the 'bear whisperer', walk with the Grizzlies; alpine hiking where you can feel the spirit of the mountains. We also offer birding, seeing winter moose & wolves through snowshoeing adventures. Observe the cycle of life of salmon & bears on the rivers.

New this year is glamping with Grizzlies. We offer a floating glamping lodge in heart of grizzly country. World-class fly fishing for legendary wild trout & salmon on the gin clear, uncrowded rivers of the Cariboo mountains. Fully guided, all-inclusive holiday adventure packages. Truly unique Canadian wilderness adventures giving you lifetime memories & life changing moments in nature. Destination Canada Signature Experience.

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