Tourism Langley participates in numerous Cooperative Marketing Programs in partnership with other Destination Marketing Organizations (DMO’s) and Destination British Columbia.
Explore the BC Ale Trail. An array of world-class breweries are waiting to be discovered amid British Columbia’s spectacular wilderness and scenery, along with a wide range of outdoor activities and urban experiences. New experiences are brewing nearby!
A BC Ale Trail is a series of self-guided itineraries highlighting local craft brewery destinations and the super, natural landscapes that surround them. Within each Ale Trail, you will find recommended itineraries to explore the respective destination – this includes an array of craft breweries, pubs, restaurants, cafes, liquor stores, outdoor activities, sightseeing, accommodations and more.
British Columbia’s super, natural landscapes provide a safe haven to thousands of migratory birds every year. The BC Bird Trail is your guide to exploring BC’s Pacific Flyway, offering a series of self-guided itineraries showcasing the regions our feathered friends seek out year after year.
The curated itineraries encourage birders of all levels to Look Up and Stay Grounded as they explore vibrant communities and outdoor experiences across the province providing new opportunities to engage, learn, and grow.
Finding your way to the barn door has never been easier with the Circle Farm Tour. The Regional Circle Farm Tour is a self-guided journey through many of the unique agri-tourism destinations that can be found in the Fraser Valley. The Fraser Valley’s beautiful countryside is filled with experiences to fill your senses and connect you with our friendly people and their agricultural roots.
A Circle Farm Tour is a road map that directs you to a variety of specialty farm-gate vendors, open air markets, charming eateries, heritage sites, fairs, and other special events. There’s a brochure and map for each participating community. The tours are self-guided, meaning that you travel in your own car, at your own pace, when it suits you. Each community brochure/map directs you from 10 to 20 venues. All are related in some way to agriculture and the area’s farming heritage.
The Gold Rush Trail is the story of British Columbia, stretching back millennia into prehistory and before. It is the story of a mighty river and the lands surrounding it: the cleft between mountains, the carving of canyons, and the fertility of the plains. Gold is not the only treasure found on the trail. The rich history of civilizations, diverse cultures, languages and traditions that came before us also comes to life along the way. Here, nature’s abundance beckons to all.
Today’s Gold Rush Trail is an experiential corridor, a journey of stories, peoples, activities and places that we share with our visitors. Just as many adventurers did before us, travellers come seeking the riches of our region. Travelling this historic trail, you’ll have a chance to disconnect, get away from the crowds and truly connect with history, Indigenous culture and nature. This trail is a story- a history- shaped by nature.
The Fraser Valley is a collaboration of destinations Tourism Langley, Tourism Abbotsford and Tourism Chilliwack, in partnership with destinations Mission, Harrison and Hope. We come together to share what our Valley has to offer with the intention of providing you with all the inspiration you need to visit and hope that you do.
We value the people in the Fraser Valley that are passionate about exploring, growing and connecting within their communities.
West Coast Curated brings together the most innovative, original, and thought-provoking art happening on the West Coast of British Columbia, and all the cultural happenings that colour our corner of the world.
On gallery walls and city streets, in concert halls and public parks, West Coast Curated is your home for art that will blow you away.
West Coast Curated is made in partnership with destination marketing organizations from the communities of Vancouver, Whistler, Vancouver’s North Shore (the City of North Vancouver, District of North Vancouver and West Vancouver), Burnaby, New Westminster and Langley.
Vancouver’s Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley with its unique and fertile environment and cultural communities, is a veritable mecca of all things food. We invite the world to partake in the bounty of fresh foods and culinary inspirations that have been praised both locally and around the globe.
West Coast Food is an initiative presented by destination marketing organizations from the communities of Vancouver, Vancouver’s North Shore (City of North Vancouver, District of North Vancouver and West Vancouver), Burnaby, Coquitlam, New Westminster, Richmond, White Rock, Surrey and Langley.