While 2020 wasn’t the most ideal year for the tourism and hospitality industry, a look back at our top moments on Instagram reminds us of the natural beauty surrounding Vancouver, important steps forward in the fight for equity, and how the community bonded together in the midst of COVID-19 and regional wildfires.
The Vancouver USA community proved its strength through extraordinary wildfires (#1), support for Black-owned companies (#6), and small businesses adapting to a global pandemic (#8)—the latter even shared by Back to the Future star himself, Michael Fox.
It’s not the first time these visual masterpieces have been “liked” the most throughout a year. The Cedar Creek Grist Mill (#2) and the bridge at Moulton Falls (#7) are two of the most photographed spots in Clark County, with sunrises and sunsets at the waterfront (#4 and #5) equally as wondrous.
The End of 2020
Whether it was celebrating making it through the year or possibly the sentiments that come with the holiday season, the Community Tree lit up at Esther Short Park (#3 and #9) claimed two spots in the Top 9.
Take a trip down memory lane with 2019’s most Instagrammable moments, and keep sharing your favorite Vancouver USA times with us by using #DiscoverVanUSA.