Backyard Bonanza: Uncover the Hidden Gems of Vancouver's Summer Scene! Dive into a local adventure with Backyard

This summer, embrace local adventures in Vancouver by exploring historic sites, indulging in diverse culinary delights, reconnecting with nature, and rediscovering community gems, ensuring a season filled with stories to warm the colder months.

This summer, the call to adventure beckons from your very own backyard, inviting you to become a local tourist in your neighborhoods and beyond. The journey offers a mix of brief afternoon jaunts and potential overnight escapades, all promising to soothe the soul with nature's embrace, especially after a year that's tested our collective resilience. The challenge, however, lies in seeking out these hidden gems that await discovery and the promise of stories to warm the colder months.

Vancouver and its surroundings are ripe with opportunities for exploration, starting with the Powell River Historic Townsite. Here, history buffs can marvel at the well-preserved Art Deco architecture of a once-thriving company town, now a National Historic Site, complete with charming accommodations, a self-guided historic tour, and a variety of independent eateries and shops.

For a dose of cinematic nostalgia, Hope offers a self-guided Rambo tour, tracing the iconic locations from "Rambo: First Blood." After reliving Stallone

This summer, the call to adventure beckons from your very own backyard, inviting you to become a local tourist in your neighborhoods and beyond. The journey offers a mix of brief afternoon jaunts and potential overnight escapades, all promising to soothe the soul with nature's embrace, especially after a year that's tested our collective resilience. The challenge, however, lies in seeking out these hidden gems that await discovery and the promise of stories to warm the colder months.

Vancouver and its surroundings are ripe with opportunities for exploration, starting with the Powell River Historic Townsite. Here, history buffs can marvel at the well-preserved Art Deco architecture of a once-thriving company town, now a National Historic Site, complete with charming accommodations, a self-guided historic tour, and a variety of independent eateries and shops.

For a dose of cinematic nostalgia, Hope offers a self-guided Rambo tour, tracing the iconic locations from "Rambo: First Blood." After reliving Stallone