Best for curious and independent-minded travelers' --Wall Street Journal --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Lonely Planet's first edition of "British Columbia" offers a candid and informative guide to Canada's most physically diverse province. "British Columbia" includes detailed guides and maps to the regions best hiking, skiing and snowboarding, as well as insightful tidbits on Canadian pass-times such as hockey and storm watching. As the cliché goes, there aren't many other places on Earth where you can ski in the morning and sail, hike or golf in the afternoon. Fisherman, cyclists, rock-climbers and nature watchers won't be disappointed either, with "British Columbia" providing detailed information for the solo traveler or those interested in special-interest group tours.
Lodging for all budgets-from rustic campsites to four-star resorts Activities section, with advice on the best spots to hike and ski Extensive coverage of parks, both big and small Tips on seeing grizzlies, killer whales and moose More than 40 detailed maps, including a Vancouver map section 16 page section on Albertas Banff National Park --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.See all Product Description
This book is precise, to the point. It gives just the right information and plenty of choice (but not too much) of hotels and sites to visit. Read morePublished on May 25 2010 by Denis Larose
Just a whole bunch of useful info. However, this book covers such a vast territory that even though there are tons of info, you feel like there are some minute details missing. Read morePublished on June 18 2009 by Pattheman