Cathedral Grove is a trail network looping through an old growth forest in MacMillan Provincial Park on Vancouver Island. 50 minutes north west from Nanaimo, and about 20 minutes from Parksville, it’s split by Alberni Highway 4, which is the route to Port Alberni and Tofino. The name “Cathedral Grove” appeared in correspondence to the […]
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Parksville Uncorked returns in February as the Beach Club Resort and the award-winning Tigh-Na-Mara Resort and Spa host beer and wine pairing events. Located just north of Nanaimo, Parksville is s sunny seaside community that celebrates the best of BC ingredients and spirits with Uncorked, now in its 5th year. Tickets are currently available for […]
The BC Travel Tuesday series has returned this summer as I partner up once again with Backyard BC to highlight properties and destinations around the province. We’re almost through our six week campaign with six different getaway packages for BC hotels this summer. Featuring a variety of hotels and resorts located throughout the province, Backyard […]
BC Travel Tuesday has returned this summer as I partner up once again with Backyard BC to highlight properties and destinations around the province. We have six weeks of contests which means six difference getaway packages for BC hotels are up for grabs. Featuring a variety of hotels and resorts located throughout the province, Backyard […]
The annual Parksville Uncorked event kicks off tonight as lovers of fresh local food, wine, and beer enjoy a series of events on Vancouver Island’s east coast. Untapped What: A best-of-BC beer tasting event paired with gourmet local cuisine. When: Thursday, February 24, 2012 starting at 6:30pm Where: The Beach Club Resort Tickets: $49 per […]
We are now onto the third installment of the 10-week BC Travel Tuesday contest I am running with backyardbc.com where we’re celebrating the best in local travel while offering up weekly giveaways for BC residents. backyardbc is a new travel website designed specifically for residents of British Columbia. Essentially a “be a tourist in your […]