In celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday, Boating BC Association has identified 150 of the most scenic and picturesque boating locations that the province has to offer.
Ranging from lakes and rivers on Vancouver Island to Northern BC and the Southern Interior, the 150 destinations listed encompass every region in the province and are only a snapshot of the thousands of lakes and rivers in beautiful British Columbia.
Out of the list of 150, the number one boating destinations will be determined and unveiled through social media. Voters can cast their vote for the ‘Top Boating Destination in B.C.’ by participating in the online polls on Boating BC’s social media pages.
“We are so excited to celebrate Canada’s 150th this year with our list of the most breathtaking boating locations,” said Boating BC President, Don Prittie. “There is no better way to see Canada than on a boat, and this year, we’re giving British Columbians the chance to determine which spot should be crowned the ‘2017 Top Boating Destination in B.C.’”
With an astounding 27,000 kilometers of coastlines and thousands of lakes and rivers across the province, British Columbia is one of the best boating destinations not only in Canada, but around the world.
The top 10 locations have already been selected and British Columbians now have the opportunity to vote for their favourite online.
The top 10 destinations are as follows:
Gwaii Haanas National Park, Haida Gwaii
Telegraph Cove, Thetis Island
Princess Louisa Inlet, Sunshine Coast
Ganges Harbour, Salt Spring Island