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Burnaby City Hall.
4949 Canada Way, Burnaby BC V5G 1M2. Phone: 604-294-7944.
Hotels & Motels
Cariboo RV Park
Featuring easy freeway access, easy bus and rapid transit connection to downtown
Vancouver. 217 paved, level, full hook-up sites. 30- amp service, cablevision and
telephone. Separate tenting area. Surrounded by 400-acre Burnaby Lake Regional Park
with many amenities, including bird watching.
West Coast City and Nature Sightseeing
Ltd. 3945A Myrtle Street, Burnaby, BC V5C 4G3.
Phone: 604-451-1600; Fax: 604-451-4448.
Offering summer and winter tours of Vancouver City, north-shore area, native culture
tours, Victoria and Buchart Gardens, Whistler, and Shannon Falls with Bald Eagle watch.
River Rafting. #203 3823 Henning Drive, Burnaby, BC V5C 6N5.
Phone: 604-734-8622; Toll-free: 1-800-663-7238; Fax: 604-734-5718.
Take a moment
now to explore Burnaby through these pages and the links they provide to
more detailed descriptions and presentations:
Best selection of books on the Northwest.
British Columbia by Andrew Hempstead. Every Moon guidebook includes
recommendations for must-see sights and many regional, area, and
city-centered maps. Complete with guidance on whale-watching near
Telegraph Cove, hiking the Stanley Glacier Trail, and camping near Mount
Robson, Moon British Columbia gives travelers the tools they need to
create a more personal and memorable experience.
Columbia Wine Country by John Schreiner, Author and Kevin Miller,
Photographer. Through a blend of color photography and stories of the
personalities behind the bottles, the book presents a rare opportunity
to meet the remarkable people who have established British Columbia's
best wineries and vineyards. Chapters focus on wine regions in the
Okanagan Valley, the Lower Mainland, the Gulf Islands and Vancouver
Island, inviting readers to enjoy picturesque landscapes, portraits of
leading winemakers and a detailed description of the province's wine
British Columbia & the Canadian Rockies by Bill Rae, Author and
Donald Olson, Contributor. This brand-new edition to the Frommer series
takes travelers through all the highlights, including all the best
eco-adventures: whale watching by kayak, sailing a ketch into the worlds
only grizzly bear reserve, and hiking in misty, primordial old-growth
forests and along wilderness beaches.
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