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Adventuring in British Columbia
by Isabel Nanton, Mary Simpson
June 1996, Paperback, revised edition, ? pages, (guidebook)
Bell's Guide Alaska Travel Guide 2000: Yukon & British Columbia
by Timothy Bell (Editor)
April 2000, Hardcover (also Paperback), 40th edition, 440 pages, (guidebook)
Descriptions of towns, highways, ferries, history, accommodations, camping railroads, fishing, visitor attractions and what to see and do.
British Columbia & the Yukon, 4th Edition
by Ryan Ver Berkmoes
November 2009, paperback, 448 pages
The full color Parks chapter explores BC & the Yukon's most beautiful protected spaces. Expanded Whistler chapter, including coverage of the 2010 Winter Olympics. Expert trustworthy knowledge from resident and specialist authors.
British Columbia Road & Recreational Atlas
by PTC Phototype Composing Ltd
February 2006, paperback, 176 pages
In this mapbook, you will find small back-roads and logging-roads, lakes, rivers, wildlife, campsites and recreational sites.
British Columbia: Including the Alaska Highway, 10th Edition (Moon
by Andrew Hempstead
May 2014, paperback, 512 pages
Find the best places to eat, where to go skiing and snowboarding, how to get around along with much more through the unique trip ideas recommended by the author.
British Columbia: off the beaten path
by Tricia Timmermans
December 1999, Paperback, 2nd edition, 272 pages, (guidebook)
Go beyond the usual tourist attractions to discover such hidden treasures as the Outback Emuzing Ranch, Cody Caves Provincial Park, or Fort Nelson Flight Centre.
Frommer's 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.
Inside Out British Columbia: a best places guide to the outdoors
by Jack Christie
July 1998, Sasquatch Books, Paperback, 624 pages (guidebook)
Where, when, and how to enjoy the best outdoor activities in the province- for all skill levels and for travelers who want to temper adventure with a little comfort. Includes a listing of star-rated restaurants and lodgings. Follow these pages and you'll soon be soaking in a thermal spring, biking along an ancient gold rush trail, or paddling with loons in the serenity of a sunset.
Passport's Illustrated Guide to Vancouver & British Columbia
by Carol Barker, Thomas Cook
September 1999, Paperback, 3rd edition, 192 pages, (guidebook)
Vancouver and British Columbia
by Fred Gebhart, Maxine Cass
March 2000, Paperback, 1st edition, 288 pages, (guidebook)
A guide to a great driving vacation offering a selection of the best regions for touring in Vancouver and British Columbia.
British Columbia: Adventures in Nature
by Holly Quan
April 2000, Paperback, 1st edition, 312 pages, (guidebook)
Includes descriptions of local nature and wildlife, and eco-friendly businesses.
British 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 industry.
Columbia Valley Guide
by Denise Lemaster
May 1997, Paperback, 160 pages, (guidebook)
Human and natural history, community profiles, and year-round recreation activities.
Exploring the BC Coast by Car
by Diane Eaton, Allison Eaton
August 1999, Paperback, 400 pages, (guidebook)
A Traveller's Guide to Aboriginal B.C.
by Cheryl Coull
April 1996, Paperback, ? pages, (guidebook)
The author has consulted with elders and community leaders across the province to create this guide to First Nations sites, history, and culture.
Ultimate Adventure Guide '99 (BC)
by Ultimate Adventure Connections
September 1998, Paperback, 192 pages, (non-fiction)
A discount coupon booklet for adventure companies with activities ranging from golf, horseback riding and vacation resorts, to river rafting, sky diving, dog-sledding, kayaking and more.
The Wineries of British Columbia by John Schreiner. This revised and updated edition is a comprehensive guide to the wineries of this thriving wine industry. Acclaimed wine writer John Schreiner profiles 175 established and newer wineries, offering lively winery histories, fascinating interviews with vintners, recommended wines and contact information.
The Curve of Time
by Muriel Wylie Blanchet
M. Wylie Blanchet was only thirty-six when her husband died in 1927. She was left with an isolated home on Vancouver Island and five children, the smallest one two and a half years old. She proceeded to homeschool her children during the winter and in the summer take them on expeditions through the often treacherous straits that separate Vancouver Island from mainland British Columbia, Canada, aboard their twenty-five-foot boat.
Driftwood Valley: A Woman Naturalist in the Northern Wilderness
by Theodora C. Stanwell-Fletcher
A magnificent story of adventure and survival in the wilds of northern British Columbia.
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