BC Transit Adventure Log
We’ve invited families and adventures from across BC to share their transit travels this spring. Discover exciting day trips from our guest bloggers in communities across the province, and get inspired to create your own adventure with BC Transit!
Adventures in Smithers
Smithers is an ideal year-round destination; it’s even listed as one of National Geographic’s top ten best “secret” ski towns in North America. Recently I had the chance to revisit this northern BC community and explore all it has to offer with BC Transit.
Family Fun in Okanagan-Similkameen
Bianca & daughter recently travelled to Penticton, where they would explore the city by bus, seeking new adventures and bonding over the weekend getaway to the District of Okanagan-Similkameen. Here are 4 ways you too can peruse and play your way through Penticton - and all of these fun spots are accessible by bus.
Adventures in Squamish
If you live in Squamish, the rain is no issue. It’s constant and it’s expected. Living in such a wet environment encourages you to become creative with your activities and hobbies! On a rainy Squamish Sunday, my boyfriend and I were given the chance to become tourists in our hometown. Along with the help of BC Transit, we created an itinerary that would keep us moving and enjoying some of the in-town perks Squamish has to offer.
Family Fun in Cranbrook
Known for its endless options for winter activities, Cranbrook recently played host to Jami and her two kids as they used public transit to access snowshoe trails, outdoor skating, sledding hills and more.
Adventures in Cowichan Valley
I spent the past week on the road with a friend. Our last destination was Cowichan Valley located on Vancouver Island. We had heard about the beautiful nature surrounding this area, especially the Kinsol Trestle; we always wanted to explore it. Our curiosity and wanderlust led us to Duncan, a city 50km from Nanaimo.