At 3954 metres, Mount Robson is Canada's second highest peak (after Mount Logan).
The Great Divide which runs through the mountains of British Columbia
separates the rivers flowing west to the Pacific from those flowing east.
The Trans-Canada highway reaches its summit as
it passes through British Columbia's Rogers Pass.
The waterfront at Tofino on the west coast of Vancouver Island.
Visit the historic tourist destination of Atlin in northern British Columbia's "Alps"
|Some excellent reading from and about British Columbia is available from Amazon.com. Click on the title for information on ordering a specific work or click on the logo to do your own search:|
A Story as Sharp as a Knife by Robert Bringhurst, trans.
Being in Being : The Collected Works of a Master Haida Mythteller (Skaay of the Qquuna) by Skaay and Robert Bringhurst, trans.
I Heard the Owl Call My Name by Margaret Craven.
Eagle Song by James Houston.
Monkey Beach by Eden Robinson.
All of these books reflect the influence of aboriginal culture in British Columbia.
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