Geography of British Columbia
British Columbia is divided by two of Canada’s seven physiographic regions. These regions are the Cordillera and the
Interior Plains. The vast majority of the province is in the Cordillera region, while the northeast corner is part of the Interior Plains. Within the Cordillera region there are many mountain ranges, including the Rocky Mountains and the Coast Mountains. British Columbia’s wet,
coastal climate is also home to some of the tallest coniferous trees in Canada, such as the Douglas fir.