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BestHomesBC showcases desirable condos, townhomes, houses and award-winning developments for sale across British Columbia. From city condos in Vancouver to Whistler chalets to vineyard estates in the Okanagan to historic Victoria homes to waterfront Bowen Island properties, the selection is as diverse as the province itself.


Sailing on one of British Columbia's waterways


Many people immigrate to Vancouver and environs for the quality of the sailing alone. From beginners to experts, the Pacific offers it all: from easy to join myriad sailing schools such as Jericho Sailing Centre Association in Vancouver or Lands End on nearby Bowen Island or to testing your skills on your own adventurous trips up to stunning Desolation Sound (book through charters like Comox's Desolation Sound Yacht Charters), around Vancouver Island or through the Gulf Islands that pepper the ocean. Vancouver city moorage is found at False Creek, Coal Harbour, and Granville Island among others.

Golfing on one of British Columbia's signature golf courses


If you aren't into golf, you soon will be as Vancouver boasts some of the best courses in North America. Playing the game is undoubtedly one of the best ways to see the spectacular nature of British Columbia. There's the chance for a cheeky swing at pitch and putt courses such as Stanley Park or Queen Elizabeth Park or head for a serious 18-hole session at top-rated courses like the University Golf Club at UBC. Further afield, the Okanagan Valley is awash with courses: from the Osoyoos Golf and Country Club located in Canada's only desert region to the newly designed Greg Norman course at Ponderosa complete with stunning Okanagan Lake views and surrounded by abundant orchards and wineries.

A skier navigates one of British Columbia's many ski resorts

Skiing / Snowboarding

It's all about the white stuff in British Columbia - a veritable skiers' and boarders' heaven. From steep, vertiginous slopes to bunny hills for beginners, the challenges are endless. Want a cityscape while you shred the slopes? Try Grouse Mountain in North Vancouver or Cypress Mountain which plays host to some of the 2010 Winter Olympic events. Want the highest and longest cable car? Head for Whistler Blackcomb's Peak 2 Peak Gondola which connects the two world-class mountains and gives you access to over 8000 acres of skiable terrain. Quaint old multicoloured village? Vernon's Silver Star in the Okanagan Valley will fit the bill.