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Did you know that the BC Parliament Buildings, overlooking Victoria's Inner Harbour, are lit up every night with over 3,000 lights? We love this shot of the city's historic landmark.

(Photo: @kazny78 via Instagram)
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Reservations open for BC campsites on March 15: http://ow.ly/JWuau. Where's your favourite place to camp in BC?

(Photo: Cowichan Lake by @kaizer_bun via Instagram)
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+Robert Tellier Awesome! Do you have a favourite spot in Barkerville?
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The Kettle Valley Rail Trail in BC's Okanagan region crosses landscapes that range from desert, orchard and vineyard to forest and mountains. Here's a great shot of the trail captured near Penticton earlier this week.

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+ChrisburkardPhotography recently visited BC's Powder Highway in the Kootenay Rockies, taking in the scenery and skiing at Fernie Alpine Resort and RED Mountain Resort. Take a look at some of our favourite photos below!

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+Rusty Rail Glad you enjoyed them! Where are your favourite BC spots for snow caving? 
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A stunning shot of the Northern Lights from Panorama Mountain Resort captured by our winter ambassador, Stephan Malette, earlier this week:

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"I continue to return to wild places simply because it feels right and good, and after time away I unconsciously get drawn back." - Bruce Kirkby,wilderness writer and photographer, Kimberley, BC.

Read more about why Bruce loves the BC wild on the #exploreBC blog: http://ow.ly/JxQ8p
People of the Wild is a blog series profiling residents of British Columbia who have one thing in common: their love for exploring the BC wild. This week we’re featuring Bruce Kirkby, an award-winning travel and wilderness writer and photographer based in Kimberley. Bruce is a true globetrotter, having visited over 80 countries. He is […]
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Would you believe us if we told you there were snowstorms and fresh powder on this first week of March? See for yourself in our latest Weekly ‪#‎skiBC‬ Snapshot: http://ow.ly/JZwdQ

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Don’t give up on the season just yet! Despite the spring-like conditions, we’ve seen snowstorms and fresh powder across the province this week. Our Winter Ambassadors continue to make the best of the season as we enter the month of March. Follow along every week as they provide real time updates and perspectives from BC’s ski […]
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"Make sure that when you plan to come to British Columbia, you understand that you’ll be coming back. There’s never only one trip to BC and there’s no possible way to experience it all in one trip." - Tim McLean, heli-ski guide, Kamloops, BC.

Read more about why Tim loves the BC wild on the #exploreBC blog: http://ow.ly/JQOOy
People of the Wild is a blog series profiling residents of British Columbia who have one thing in common: their love for exploring the BC wild. This week we’re featuring Tim McLean, a professional heli-ski guide who lives in Kamloops and works out of Blue River. What was it that made you decide to call […]
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Explore the dark night skies of BC, from Vancouver to the outer remote regions of the province, with these stunning phtos: http://ow.ly/JGXPi

(Photos: @avisionphotography via Instagram)
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Explore the dark night skies of British Columbia - from Vancouver to the outer remote regions - with our Instagrammer of the Week, @avisionphotography.
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On the hunt for a unique accommodation on Vancouver Island? Look no further than The Swept Away Inn, Port Alberni's newest Bed and Breakfast on-board a 70 year-old tugboat.

Click here for details: http://ow.ly/JJMo1
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A unique concept has seen the transformation of a 100-foot tugboat into a charming bed and breakfast with the creation of the Swept Away Inn in Port Alberni
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+Robert Tellier We agree! If you do stay on-board, we'd love to hear about your experience! 
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Our weekly #skiBC snapshot is up! Our Winter Ambassadors share their perspectives from BC's ski resorts.

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While spring-like conditions have been the trend for late February, some resorts have also seen a sprinkling of fresh snow! Our Winter Ambassadors continue to make the best of the season. Follow along every week as they provide real time updates and perspectives from BC’s ski resorts. “Dropping into the Saddle, frequently seen in Whistler’s snow […]
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Your daily dose of cute: "Highway 16 Hitchhikers" spotted near Prince George in Northern BC.

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Welcome to Destination British Columbia’s official Google+ page. Here you’ll find a place to experience and share your love for BC, Canada. Discover BC experiences and destinations, share stories, ask questions, connect with others or get excited about an upcoming trip. We invite you to #exploreBC with us through your photos and comments!

Find more information about British Columbia here: www.hellobc.com

Discover local travel experiences and stories here: www.hellobc.com/blog



The following Community Guidelines apply to those who choose to engage with the Destination British Columbia Google+ page. By using this fan page and submitting a comment, photo, video and/or other materials, you (and your parent/legal guardian if you are under the age of majority in your jurisdiction of residence) agree to be abide by the following Community Guidelines:

1) Destination British Columbia reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to remove, edit, or otherwise modify any comments that do not adhere to these Community Guidelines and other policies from time to time.

2) Please respect other users. This means that any comments or other materials you post must not be inappropriate, abusive or otherwise offensive, and must not contain, depict or involve (without limitation) any of the following: profanity or otherwise offensive language; derogatory characterisations of any ethnic, racial, sexual or religious groups; content that endorses or condones any illegal, inappropriate or risky activity or behaviour; any other content that is or could be considered inappropriate, unsuitable or offensive, all as determined by the community manager in its sole discretion.

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This G+ page is a community of people who love British Columbia, we moderate this page with the goal of keeping it safe, appropriate and a community rather than an advertising forum - any posts or comments that are intended to disrupt this community will be removed.

Our community managers are knowledgeable about British Columbia and will try their best to respond in a timely and accurate manner but please do not consider any communication official unless specifically identified as official. The Destination British Columbia community managers are actively monitoring this page from 8:30am - 5pm, Mon - Fri.

We look forward to the conversation!