British Columbia is so immense that people who live here rarely see it all. It’s so vast that you’d need to devote well over a month to even begin to explore all the different roads and highways.
At almost one million square kilometers, BC is nearly four times the size of Great Britain, and larger than any USA state except Alaska. There are only 31 nations in the world larger in surface area than BC.
With all this land, one would assume a high head count, but BC’s population is just over 4.5 million, averaging 4.77 people per square kilometre.