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80 Bucket List Things You Must Do In BC Before You Die

There is nothing wrong with being a tourist in your own province. Especially when we live in the most amazing and beautiful province in all of Canada. From mountain peaks to lush beaches, BC has got your West Coast bucket list covered.

So whether you're a local or just visiting, there are a few things that everyone needs to do when visiting the West Coast. Take this list as a guideline of just some of the amazing places, foods and people you will meet in BC. We live in such an amazing province and this list is just a small fraction of all the amazing experiences you can have out here.

The west is best my friends and I've got a list of 80 things you need to do in BC before you die:

1. Go to Whitecaps Game

2. Surf in Tofino

3. Go house boating with your friends on Shuswap Lake

4. Check out the Richmond Night Market

5. Go to English bay for the Celebration of Light

6. Party at L.E.D on a Wednesday

7. Hike the West Coast Trail

8. Visit the best clothing optional beach in Canada: Wreck Beach

9. Go skiing and surfing the the same day

10. Hike the Grouse Grind

11. Join a drum circle on Galiano Island

12. Spend a night camping in Poole's Land in Tofino, BC

13. Take a seaplane to Vancouver Island

14. Go Whale watching

15. Spend the weekend at Shambhala festival

16. Mountain bike the Seven Summits Trail

17. Do yoga outside

18. Go on an SJS Party Boat Cruise

19. Make really bad decisions at one of these bars 

20. Attend the 420 Festival

21. Do a dab with Marc Emery at Canabis Culture

22. Spend the entire day drinking beers at Third Beach

23. Bike through the trails in Stanley Park

24. Watch the sunrise from one of the many mountain peaks

25. Go camping in Haidi Gwaii

26. See Vancouver from a new angle: take a Sky Helicopter tour

27. Drink beers at Beer Island

28. Eat chicken and waffles for weekend brunch at Tuc Craft Kitchen

29. Go bungee jumping with Whistler Bungee

30. Give back to your community by participating in the next Feed The People event

31. Check out a live show at Fortune Sound Club

32. Ski or Snowboard on Whistler Blackcomb

33. Zip line the Sasquatch in Whistler

33. Hike the Stawamus Chief

34. Join Tough Mudder

35. Do the Sun Run

36. Check out Pemberton Music Festival

37. Join a Bike Rave

38. Go heli-sking or cat-skiing

39. Hike out to Keyhole hot springs

40. Go winter camping

41. Go wine tasting in the Okanogan

42. Buy a Ken Foster at 2am after the bar

43. Stand up paddle board in English Bay

44. Eat Honey Doughnuts in Deep Cove

45. Go to a Canucks game

46. Check out the Vancouver Art Gallery on a tuesday night

47. See a live show at The Commodore Ballroom

48. Hike Quarry Rock before sunrise

49. Eat cream puffs from Beard Papa's

50. Go Kayaking in Deep Cove

51. Learn to sail

52. Spend a day at the Dayton Cup at Hasting Racecourse

53. Cheer on the Vancouver Canadians

54. Hike to the Capilano Suspension bridge

55. Drink/eat a caesar at The Score On Davie

56. Eat diner with a view from the revolving restaurant in the Empire Landmark Hotel

57. Walk in the Vancouver Pride Parade

58. Take the ferry to the Sunshine Coast and spend a day or a weekend relaxing

59. Take a day trip to the Scandinave Spa in Whistler

60. Visit all these ghost towns

62.  Eat amazing sushi

63. Participate in International Pillow Fight Day

64. Ice skate in Robson Square

65. Go camping at all these spots

66. Chose from 218 flavours of ice cream at La Casa Gelato

67. Backcountry ski in Whistler

68. Drive the Sea to Sky Highway

69. Skydive

70. Go fishing and catch your own dinner

71. Go to all of these nightclubs

72. And try all these restaurants

73. Eat at these late night spots

74. Take a stroll down Main street and do some shopping at the local stores

75. Buy Local

76. Drink local beer at 33 Acres Brewery

77. Check out Rifflandia

78. Ski Cypress Mountain

79. Be an extra in a Movie

80. Follow @Narcity_Vancouver on Instagram and narcityvan on Snapchat

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