British Columbia is perfect for those in search of memorable road trips. This destination has something to offer, from wildlife, backcountry communities, to scenic landscapes.
Here are some of the road trips you can take while here:
1. Route 97
This is known as the longest continuous highway from north to south. Route 97 will take you from the US border to Watson Lake. During the trip, you will pass by the wine country known as Okanagan. You can go ahead and explore the Watson Lake as you go.
The roadside offers a bountiful view or the wildlife, from bears, moose, elk, and bison. You can also spend some time at Lake Kalamalka or Lake Okanagan. Don’t forget to taste the seasonal fruits available at the roadside, including apples, peaches, and cherries.
2. Sea to Sky Highway
The route is another scenic drive in the country. This will take you from Highway 99 to the Whistler peaks. The road is like conquering the gentle curves of the mountains. Along the way, you can check out Squamish to mountain bike, windsurf, or rock climb, and even enjoy the sights at the Howe Sound.
3. Powder Highway
This road is legendary and is home to hot springs and resorts. You will pass by eight of the biggest ski resorts in the Kootenay Rockies along the way.