British Columbia Vacation Ownership
Nestled in the Cascade Mountains in Western Canada, British Columbia brings a combination of young, vibrant metropolises and vast expanses of wilderness to vacationers. You can spend one day dining in one of Vancouver’s five star restaurants, then head up to Whistler to find some of the best skiing in Canada. No matter what you’d like to do, you can do it more affordably with British Columbia timeshare resales.
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Quick Facts about British Columbia Timeshare
- Most British Columbia timeshare resales are located in the mountainous areas of the province. Whistler and Kelowna are popular areas, but there are some resorts in Vancouver as well.
- The timeshare resorts in the mountains are designed to accommodate skiers and snowboarders, but are open year-round. Downtown resort units often take the form of luxury suites or penthouses.
Popular British Columbia Resorts
- Raintree’s Whiski Jack at Whistler Creek
- Club Intrawest – Whistler
- Whistler Vacation Club at Twin Peaks
Things to Do in British Columbia
British Columbia is perfect for any type of vacation. If you’re traveling in the winter, then you must hit the slopes in Whistler and Kelowna. As the host of the 2010 Winter Olympics, the British Columbia mountains are famous for winter sports. In the summer, hiking is extremely popular in the region, with The Cascades providing remarkable views of the landscape.
If you prefer the city, there are plenty of resort options in Vancouver. As Canada’s third largest metropolitan area, Vancouver is an energetic and forward-thinking city, similar to Seattle. Tucked away to the west is Victoria, a city popular among tourists for its small size and pretty sights.
The upper two-thirds of British Columbia is largely unpopulated and undeveloped, giving travelers access to the vast expanses of wildlife that come with the temperate rainforest. Explore the various mountains and uninhabited islands along British Columbia’s coast, or travel inland to discover more opportunities for outdoor sightseeing.