The lake is created by the W.A.C. Bennett Dam constructed on British Columbia’s Peace River. The dam makes you wonder what is the biggest dam in the world because of its massive size: in fact, it occupies number seven of the world ranking.
Generating hydroelectric power for B.C., the dam and lake that originated from it, Lake Williston, are both major tourist attractions of British Columbia.
When in British Columbia you cannot avoid soaking in the eight scenic hot springs of Columbia. The awesome must-visit hot springs include Cranbrook, Kootenay Rockies, Nakusp, Halcyon, Ainsworth, and Lussier’s. Whether you need restorative waters, gravel-bottom Hot spring, or cleansing plunges, British Columbia got you covered.
Peak 2 Peak Gondola ride
The Peak 2 Peak Gondola is one of the most breathtaking scenes you will experience in British Columbia. You get to soar so high above the glaciers, rainforests, and ancient volcanic peaks. It is the highest and longest lift.
The Gondola is open to visitors both in the winter and summer. It also provides access to hiking and walking trails.