Possibly the most diverse area of British Columbia, the High Country boasts the majestic heights of the Rocky Mountains, the high-walled canyons of the Thompson and Fraser Rivers, swirling rapids and calm lakes, rolling hills and snow capped peaks. Visit the Eagle Pass pioneer village to see how the pioneers survived the fierce elements in the Rockies.
Take the kids to Kamloops Wildlife Park's miniature train ride, children's zoo, and waterslide. Drive through Fraser Canyon, one of the routes of the early explorers. Ride above the manmade Hell's Gate in an aerial tram. There are over 1000 kilometers of navigable waterways, and some of the most dramatic mountain parks in North America, including Mount Robson & Glacier National.