Far, far away there is a fairy-tale country which lies on the Pacific coast among the forests and rocks, where bearded bears wander in the evergreen forests, salmon splashes in the mountain rivers, grapes grow in the valleys, and where good people live. This place is called British Columbia, the most western province of Canada.
And if you ever read Jack London, you should know where decent people hunt for gold.
The capital of British Columbia is Victoria; the largest city is Vancouver. Ski resorts: Whistler - Blackcomb, Sun Peaks, Silver Star, Big White, Kimberley, Fernier.
The climate of British Columbia is extremely unpredictable. The Pacific Ocean and the Arctic make their rules - therefore, those who are not used to weather changes will be slightly uncomfortable from temperature fluctuations. Although it is not too hot in summer and winter isn’t too cold.
"Miracle" - this is how precisely springs are called all over the world. The most famous of them are Albert, Canyon, Fairmont, Nakusup, Ainsworth, Halcyon and Radium.