British Columbia Deserves to Show Off a Little

‘A Northern Path’ is one you’re gonna want to follow.


The whole time watching this film, I was bracing myself for disappointment, that it would end with a car company logo. It doesn’t, thank goodness, and the car, really, is incidental to the place. That it is, ultimately, a pitch for said place shouldn’t be a surprise, I suppose, as everything has to get paid for somehow. So, I set all that aside and watched it again, and then again, and I was struck by what a wonderful world this is. In a world full of tumult, in a season of discontent, these images of braided rivers and glacial ice and the stoic, unfeeling peaks dappled with snow, well, they all served as an escape, as a salve, as a promise of deliverance.

But maybe that’s just me, sitting where I am right now.

 

Steve Casimiro is the editor of Adventure Journal. Follow him on Instagram at @stevecasimiro.
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  • robert
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    painful to watch as i am chained to my desk at work! but hopeful too as some vacation time is coming around this summer…:-)

  • Patrick
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    Some of my favourite parts of the province, I’ve been lucky to teach up there and sneak some skiing in. Visit Shames!

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