British Columbia has some of the most stunning views anywhere in the world. It’s not a secret. For solo travellers, families, caravaners, and intrepid explorers who are gearing up for summer and spring adventures, ecologyst’s retail locations at Victoria and Whistler offer clothing and accessories that were made locally and intentionally.
Victoria, a port city, is known for its innovative sustainability initiatives. The city’s innovative sustainability efforts include encouraging and educating businesses to use green methods in their operations. There are many opportunities to explore the island. After a day of kayaking, hiking, and boating, visitors can stop for lunch in the revitalized Lower Johnson Street neighborhood. This area is home to historic buildings and alleyways that link the neighborhood with Canada’s oldest Chinatown. LoJo is a trendy street known for its many boutiques and artisan shops.
The brand new Ecost store is located here. The space features original brick walls and floor-to-ceiling windows. It houses brand’s apparel, accessories, and other products that are made locally, in harmony with nature and then repaired for the long term. Locals love the Anorak Jacket, and The Fisherman Sweater. WHISTLER Whistler, located two hours from Vancouver, is an outdoor playground. It’s a beautiful destination where you can play golf, ski, or bike all in one day. There is plenty of adventure in Whistler, including some of North America’s most beautiful ski and hiking trails, as well as five lakes near which to canoe or paddle. The Village is car-free, which makes it a great place to walk before or after a meal. It is located on Main Street in Whistler Village and houses items such as The Marketplace Tote or 195 Merino Crew. The store has an open, airy space and is known for its coffee and bread, which are baked fresh every day at the cafe.