British Columbia’s renowned and spectacular scenery is the setting for a growing outdoor and ecotourism industry. Much of the province is mountainous, 60 percent is forest, and only 5 percent is arable.
Rudy Maxa stands at the crossroads between East and West to visit Vancouver and its sister city, Victoria. In Vancouver, Rudy captures the charm and character of one of North America’s most cosmopolitan and multicultural cities. In Victoria, Rudy enjoys afternoon tea, visits beautiful Butchart Gardens, and dines on seaweed plucked fresh from the seashore.Watch Now >>
Travel the Alaskan Highway from Vancouver Island to Alaska, taking in the dramatic and rugged coastline as you relish the freedom of the Great North. Witness abandoned ghost towns, and visit the Chilkoot Pass, a place that embodies the American spirit of adventure like no other.Watch Now >>
From rugged Wheeler Peak to the peaceful foothills, Great Basin National Park is a place where you can rest your spirit in the solitude of the wilderness while strolling through forests of ancient pines, relaxing under star-glinted night skies, or exploring mysterious subterranean passages.Watch Now >>