British Columbia

These free, printable travel maps of British Columbia are divided into eight regions:

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Vancouver, Victoria, and Vancouver Island

Vancouver’s downtown core of century-old buildings and steel-and-glass skyscrapers overlooks busy waterways. Sandy beaches and rocky shorelines fringe manicured suburbs.

The elegant capital of British Columbia couldn’t be more different from its much larger neighbor, Vancouver. Well-preserved buildings line the streets. Totem poles sprout from shady parks. Restored historical areas house trendy shops, offices, and exotic restaurants.

Color map of Downtown Vancouver, BC
Downtown Vancouver
Color map of Downtown Victoria, BC
Downtown Victoria
Map of Vancouver, BC
Map of Downtown Vancouver, BC
Downtown Vancouver
Map of Stanley Park in Vancouver, BC
Stanley Park
Map of Vancouver Island, BC
Vancouver Island
Map of Victoria, BC
Map of Downtown Victoria, BC
Downtown Victoria

Southwestern British Columbia

Exploring southwestern BC is like taking three very different vacations. The Sunshine Coast spreads out to the north, attracting families, scuba divers, and sun-loving Canadians. The Sea to Sky Highway leads to Whistler, a hip, outdoorsy resort town of epic proportions.

Map of Southwestern British Columbia
Southwestern British Columbia
Map of the Southern Gulf Islands, British Columbia
Southern Gulf Islands
Map of Nanaimo, British Columbia
Map of Pacific Rim National Park, British Columbia
Pacific Rim National Park
Map of the West Coast Trail, BC
West Coast Trail
Map of Tofino, BC
Map of Campbell River, BC
Campbell River
Map of Port Hardy, BC
Port Hardy
Map of Whistler, BC
Map of The Sunshine Coast, BC
The Sunshine Coast
Map of Powell River, BC
Powell River
Map of Hope and Vicinity, BC
Hope and Vicinity

Okanagan Valley

Around 180 kilometers (112 miles) from end to end, the gorgeous Okanagan Valley is dotted with orchards and wineries, the latter a major attraction. But if the only thing you know about wine is that you like it, no worries—wine -tasting in the Okanagan Valley is a completely unsnobby affair.

Map of the Okanagan Valley, BC
Okanagan Valley
Map of Osoyoos, BC
Map of Penicton, BC
Map of Kelowna, BC
Map of Downtown Kelowna, BC
Downtown Kelowna
Map of Vernon and Vicinity, BC
Vernon and Vicinity

The Kootenays

Named for its original inhabitants, the Kootenay region is monotonous—in an overwhelmingly beautiful, mountain-and-lakes kind of way. Alpine snowfields feed mighty rivers and massive lakes, creating a recreational playground for anglers, canoeists, and kayakers.

Map of The Kootenays, BC
The Kootenays
Map of Castlegar, BC
Map of Nelson, BC
Map of Cranbrook, BC
Map of Fernie, BC
Map of Kimberley, BC

Canadian Rockies

Welcome to the Canadian Rockies, a vast wilderness where wildlife is always abundant and hiking trails always scenic. The region is at its most breathtaking at Lake O’Hara in Yoho National Park, while adjacent Kootenay National Park offers up more magnificent Canadian wilds, along with hot springs.

Map of the Canadian Rockies
Canadian Rockies
Map of Radium Hot Springs, BC
Radium Hot Springs
Map of Kootenay National Park, BC
Kootenay National Park
Map of Yoho National Park, BC
Yoho National Park
Map of Golden, BC

Central British Columbia

Cutting a swath across the province, the central region of British Columbia is extremely diverse. To the east, a series of glaciated mountain ranges are protected by Glacier and Mount Revelstoke National Parks, which offer accessible adventure.

Map of Central British Columbia
Central British Columbia
Map of Revelstoke, BC
Map of Kamloops, BC
Map of Mount Robson Provincial Park, BC
Mount Robson Provincial Park
Map of Williams Lake, BC
Williams Lake
Map of Quesnel, BC

Northern British Columbia

Northern BC is a long way from anywhere else. You won’t see famous attractions. Instead, you’ll find lakes and forest and lots of both. Small towns provide excellent access to outdoor activities, as well as a little bit of pioneering history. The coastline is mostly inaccessible, but where highways push down to the ocean, Prince Rupert and Stewart offer scenic rewards.

Map of Northern British Columbia
Northern British Columbia
Map of Prince George, BC
Prince George
Map of Downtown Prince George, BC
Downtown Prince George
Map of Smithers, BC
Map of Terrace, BC
Map of Prince Rupert, BC
Prince Rupert
Map of Downtown Prince Rupert, BC
Downtown Prince Rupert
Map of Haida Gwaii, BC
Haida Gwaii
Map of Dawson Creek, BC
Dawson Creek

The Yukon

Linked to British Columbia by the Alaska Highway, the Yukon is a continuation of the forested wilderness. Many visitors pass right through on their way to Alaska, but it’s worth lingering to explore the natural wonders of Kluane National Park, the modern frontier delights of Whitehorse, and the world’s most famous Gold Rush town, Dawson City.

Map of The Yukon
The Yukon
Map of Whitehorse and Vicinity, YT
Whitehorse and Vicinity
Map of Downtown Whitehorse, YT
Downtown Whitehorse
Map of Dawson City, YT
Dawson City
Map of the Alaska Highway
Alaska Highway