Hidden British Columbia: Including Vancouver, Victoria, and Whistler

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Ulysses Press, Jan 1, 2003 - Travel - 512 pages
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Countless research trips from his Washington home into Canada's westernmost province have allowed Eric Lucas to update his wide-ranging guide to British Columbia. Like other Hidden titles, Hidden British Columbia reviews the area's famed attractions -- world-class cities, mountain resorts, and island getaways -- then invites readers to go further by exploring "hidden" spots other guides overlook, like small inns and local restaurants. Covering the Kootenays, Okanagan, and far-flung Cariboo, Lucas offers firsthand advice on the best winter skiing, spring river rafting, summer sea kayaking, and fall hiking, as well as information on 135 parks, beaches, and wilderness areas. Urban explorers will enjoy coverage of the neighborhoods of Vancouver and Victoria, with "zoom-in" maps to help them orient themselves. Accommodation options include cozy B and Bs, historic urban hotels, coastal inns, and alpine chalets, and the ethnic restaurants listed run the gamut from French and Italian to Thai and Malaysian. "Armed with this guide, our American guests should enjoy getting lost in B.C." -- Victoria Times-Colonist

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Contents

fi VANCOUVER
45
J? LOWER MAINLAND THE SUNSHINE COAST
102
f WHISTLER
145
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About the author (2003)

Eric Lucas is a freelance writer who combines travel writing with his favorite hobbies--fishing & backpacking. He lives on Vashon Island, WA.

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