For Canadians, CBC stands for the Canadian radio and television Broadcasting Corporation. Bird books are available in local bookstores and libraries. The following species, in season, are common in and near Hope: Bald Eagle, Crow, Duck, Hawk, Rufous Hummingbird, Flicker, Canada Geese, Gull, Stellers Jay, Raven, Robin, Song Sparrow, Spotted Towhee, Whiskeyjack, Woodpecker. Companies providing river rides are based in Yale and Boston Bar.

River rafting is rapidly becoming a destination activity on the Fraser River and several of its tributaries. In season, boats are used to tend fishing nets on the Fraser.

Stalking antiques is a favourite pastime for many people.

In Hope, check out: Christine's Keepsakes, Home Gold Mine, the Hope Museum, the Second Hand and Thrift Stores along Wallace Street.

If you drop in to visit them, they will provide familiarization sessions.

Valley Helicopter in Hope near the airport provides helicopter tours along the Fraser or inland.

It’s such a beast to cut-n-paste so I’m throwing it up here.

The bulk of this was originally a post from Jon Dale although I don’t have the original URL.

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