B.C. Parks reported increased attendance and a lack of compliance with health advisories about social distancing.
Vehicle access to all national parks, national historic sites, and national marine conservation areas will close tonight.
If you still plan to go for a hike, combining trail etiquette and social-distancing protocols with a healthy dose of common sense is the way to go.
Unfortunately, the message of social distancing has not been heeded by everyone in Metro Vancouver.
B.C. announced a temporary closure of all camping in provincial parks today while still allowing trail use and day hikes.
Others have remained open—for now—including Grouse Mountain, Big White, Sun Peaks, Mt. Seymour, and Mt. Washington.
Many usual recreational activities may not be available during spring break.
The individuals are reportedly prepared for spending time in the backcountry if necessary.
Two separate aircraft accidents have taken place over the past week in the Sea to Sky region.
A visit to a Vancouver location popular with tourists and locals for its beautiful views has ended in tragedy.
A tourism centre on the Sea to Sky Highway was damaged on Valentine’s Day for unknown reasons.
There’s an unusual depth to Michael Brown's doc, playing at the Vancouver International Mountain Film festival