Five B.C. travel videos that will ignite your inner explorer

Feel like a road trip? These videos will inspire you to explore

If ever you needed a little push to pack a bag and go on a spontaneous road trip through British Columbia, these videos will be all the convincing you need.

B.C. is undeniably a beautiful place and these short clips of the province’s vast and incredible landscapes will simply ignite an urge to see it all with your own eyes (well they did for me).

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The videos also highlight the never-ending adventures and fun to be had. It’s incredible what you can see and do in a short space of time.

In a week, traveller Tyler Weese explored Vancouver City, Brandywine Falls, Victoria, Tofino and more. He captured it all and created an inspiring short film.

“I went on a trip to British Columbia for about a week to visit my cousin,” he wrote on YouTube.

“So we made it a challenge to do as much as possible whilst I was there.

“This video not only captures the places we visited but also some experiences we had that really made the trip a unique adventure. This included things like our adrenaline pumping helicopter ride and our fear insinuating night spent in a van in the remote surf town of Tofino.”

Other videos show off the Rocky Mountains, Whistler, Blackcomb, Campbell River,  Fernie and The Okanagan Valley.

Another traveller, Jeff Whalen, filmed everything from train wrecks in the middle of the woods to cliff jumping.

"British Columbia has been one of my favorite places to ever explore," he wrote on YouTube.

It's easy to see why.

Happy viewing!

And if you're now feeling inspired, Hello BC lists more than 100 road trip ideas to choose from!

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