Explore BC

Follow four travel bloggers—two teams of two—on a month-long adventure as they Explore BC and its many unique experiences.

Team Orca consists of Brendan and Rob, hailing from Rocky Mountain House and Ottawa, respectively. Both are seasoned world travellers and this will be the first time they’ll be meeting each other. Team Eagle is Dina and Ryan, a husband-and-wife duo from London, Ontario, who have visited more than 40 countries together since 2009, yet have never visited British Columbia.

Over the course of four weeks this summer, these four bloggers will attempt to experience much of what BC has to offer: everything from white-water rafting and whale watching to gliding and rock climbing; from winery tours and brewery tours to historic museums and aboriginal experiences. Be sure to follow the adventure on our Facebook page and have your say in where they go and what they do!

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In Burns Lake we were taken on an activity that was right up our alley.  We were hauled up a hill and guided down an amazing downhill mountain bike course.  Although I’m sure we could have taken it easy, that’s not really our style.  We flew down the mountain, ripping around the berms and popping air over any sort of bump we encountered.

Massive props are due to the local initiatives in Burns Lake for setting up something like this.  The trails are world class and, best of all, they are all open to the public free of charge.  If you’re into adventure sport, be sure you check out the downhill mountain biking possibilities in Burns Lake.

Photos and Caption by Brendan van Son - Team Orca - http://www.brendansadventures.com

The beautiful thing about the world is that you never know when it’s going to surprise you.  I was in Burns Lake enjoying a quiet evening… I decided to go for a little stroll with my camera and take some night photos.  Then, out of nowhere, the sky burst to life with an amazing light show.  It was like seeing something from a cartoon it was so impressive.  The green, blues and reds just seemed to dance through the sky.  I have seen the northern lights before, but I have never seen them so powerfully!

Photo and caption by Brendan van Son - Team Orca - http://www.brendansadventures.com

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