The Tourism Chilliwack brand unveiled in 2018 features an understated accent, which helps link the name unequivocally to its Stólō-Coast Salish roots (Tourism Chilliwack)

VIDEO: Chilliwack Tourism invites visitors to dream now and explore later

Celebrating Tourism Week with a look at Bridal Veil Falls near Chilliwack

Slowly but surely things will open back up for British Columbians seeking adventure in the Chilliwack back country and beyond.

Until then Tourism Chilliwack has put out a video of the resplendent Bridal Veil Falls for all to enjoy, and to celebrate during Tourism Week (May 24-30):

(Video by Inmist Media House)

The Tourism Chilliwack post from May 26 on Facebook read: “Slowly but surely we’ll be seeing you again. Until then, tread softly.”

A special section on the Tourism Chilliwack website is offering updated info on COVID-19 related issues.

“While adventures in British Columbia beckon, it’s not the time to travel outside your community,” it reads. “If you’re a B.C. resident, stay close to home and follow the latest health recommendations.

“If you’re from outside the province, we invite you to dream now and explore B.C. later.”

For tourism industry updates about COVID-19, see more at Destination BC

READ MORE: Big tourism award earned by Chilliwack Tourism

READ MORE: New brand unveiled by Chilliwack Tourism


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