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Seek the summit 49.286747,-123.13405Escape the city with me, and experience some of the most breathtaking views you will ever see. I will drive us to Squamish where we will hike the Sea to Summit trail to the top of the Sea to Sky Gondola. This hike is not for the faint of heart, it's 9 K uphill. The incredible views will keep you so distracted, you'll forget you're hiking up mountain, you won't even realize you have been climbing for 2.5 hours. Look out on stunning Howe Sound, spot eagles, and experience what Beautiful BC really means. Once we reach the top, there is food, drinks, coffee and more views. I'll take pictures for you with this stunning backdrop. Adventure doesn’t wait- you have to seek it!
Hike the North Shore49.34787,-123.02288I'll take you on a classic North Shore trail hike, Experience the ups and downs of a wooded scenic adventure on one of my favourite routes.
Road Ride Vancouver 49.29759,-123.13602Slipstream through Vancouver with a safety conscious, experienced road rider. Tell me what you're looking for and what you want to do. Pick from a variety of rides, skill levels and potential vistas, I can work with any preference.
3 Waterfall Photography Adventure49.584515,-123.22512Join me for a day of leisure hiking and photography at Shannon Falls, Brandywine Falls & Alexander Falls.
Sea-to-Sky Waterfall Tour49.28794,-123.11305From Vancouver, we will head up the scenic Sea to Sky Highway visiting three gorgeous falls; Shannon, Brandywine and Alexander. Included snowshoeing (seasonal) at the third waterfall (gear included) and a stop in Whistler Village where you will have up to three hours of free time to explore the village and grab a late lunch (your cost).
The Temple of Time - A Secret Old Growth Forest we will complete a small loop and see nine massive old growth Douglas Firs before returning down the valley. Depending on our timing and energy levels we can also make other stops at the Mid-Valley Viewpoint and Rice Lake. "
Tunnel Bluffs - A stunning viewpoint over Howe Sound49.48426,-123.248The top of Tunnel Bluffs offers unparalleled views over Howe Sound, the Sunshine Coast and the North Shore's tallest mountains. The trail climbs through a gorgeous pocket of Coastal Temperate Rainforest abundant with Arbutus and Western Red Cedar trees. Although the distance to Tunnel Bluffs round-trip is only eight kilometres, we will gain just over 600 metres in elevation. Using the on-trail ropes to pull yourself up some steeper sections of the trail only adds to the experience. The last portion of the trail towards Tunnel Bluffs is on an old, flat logging road that brings you to the breathtaking rocky outcropping overlooking the Southernmost fjord on North America's west coast.
The Flint and Feather49.37149,-123.0986The Flint and Feather runs parallel to the Grouse Grind and is more beautiful, more enjoyable and infinitely less crowded. Like the Grind, the Flint and Feather is steep and ascends 850 metres in elevation before arriving at the Grouse Mountain Chalet. Near the top, the trail climbs up a series of bluffs that offer incredible views of Capilano Lake, North Vancouver, Downtown and the Lions.
Day Hike in Kananaskis Country 51.048183,-115.02268Looking for something off the beaten path? This is it! Explore the wilderness of Kananaskis Country in Alberta, a little known gem outside of Calgary, near Banff National Park. Enjoy classic Rocky Mountain vistas, geology, geography, flora, fauna and history while hiking through this wild wilderness. Specific hikes vary depending on weather, wildlife and seasons, but they'll be one of the 5 bucket list hikes in Kananaskis!!!
Discover Snowshoeing Info Night51.08884,-114.133Ever wanted to try snowshoeing and don't know where to get started or where to go? Are you rusty and want to brush up on your knowledge and skills? Learn all you need to know in a engaging evening packed full of awesome info from a local pro guide! Embrace the winter by walking across the thick snow pack instead of through it. Get started by learning about fantastic places to go, techniques for snowshoeing, proper clothing and footwear, day pack essentials, animal safety, and much more! No matter where your at you'll walk away with a ton of pro tips and where to find the snowshoe trails that fit your experience level!
Rogers Pass Deep December51.17682,-115.57065Three days of Deep December Powder, what a great Christmas present! Rogers Pass is renown for its huge snowfall and cold deep powder skiing and in late December it can be waist deep! We will be staying at the Kicking Horse River Lodge, a classic mountain home to base out of in Golden B.C. This is an ideal trip for intermediate to strong skiers who like to ski a lot! We can accommodate first time backcountry skiers with intermediate ski skills on this trip, don’t miss out on the Deep December Powder skiing!
Beautiful Backcountry Snowshoe for 4 (includes equipment)51.794033,-114.662476Experience the serene beauty of snowshoeing in the backcountry. This Adventure is a flat fee for up to 4 Explorers (bring your friends!). If you have more than 4 explorers please message me ahead of the booking! I can certainly accommodate and adjust the pricing for your group. I can also provide equipment, just let me know what you need!
Edible Plants of Mt. Yamnuska51.12472,-115.11889Mt. Yamnuska has been a sacred mountain to the Nakoda Sioux for over 400 years. This south facing slope is rich with foothills and mountain plant and animal species. Discover the huge variety of edible plants at this special place and learn how they are used by the animals, who call this mountain habitat home.
Wild Lunch Break: Your Workplace and Nature if you have lots of nature by your workplace we will talk about what spots you already know about and what you want me to find for your custom tour."
Discover Okanagan Kelowna Trails (and optional wineries!)49.90492,-119.492485This is the ultimate flexible and fully catered adventure! The Okanagan offers many hiking options depending on your goals (incredible views, a good workout, iconic photos, or an easy stroll). Pick up or meeting place can be determined, and we can hike in Kelowna’s Knox Mountain Park, Pincushion Mountain, Mount Boucherie, Rose Valley or many options. Wherever we hike, we will stop for a picnic charcuterie lunch with a view! If you’re keen, afterwards we can stop at some or one of the Okanagan’s legendary local wineries or cidery for your own tasting and educational experience. We can create your adventure together, depending on what suits you! Please send me a message and we can custom design an incredible adventure for you and your group/family.
Pincushion Mountain 49.781982,-119.723335Pincushion Mountain is a 4.2 km round trip with incredible views of Lake Okanagan, Okanagan Mountain Park, and surrounding areas. We will meet in town, drive to the trailhead and begin our hike, stopping for views and water breaks. This is a lovely hike with uphill sections (246 m elevation gain total). It winds in and out of the Ponderosa Pine forest, and offers continuous views! At the top you are rewarded with incredible photo ops at a panoramic mountain top vista. This hike is dog friendly (provided doggo is on a leash). After the descent, I’d love to show you my favorite German-themed pub/restaurant in town for a refreshing drink and traditional pretzel or a local bakery that has won the heart of the Okanagan for many years.
Views and Vino! 49.852207,-119.59006On this hike we will summit Mt Boucherie (an ancient volcano that stands above West Kelowna) to behold fabulous views of Lake Okanagan, Okanagan Mountain Park, and surrounding areas. It is a 3.8 km round trip with 291 m of elevation gain. We will meet at the trailhead and begin our hike, stopping for interpretation opportunities and water breaks. At the top we will take in the panoramic views and make our way down. Now time for the vino! I will take you to two (or more) of my favourite locally owned and operated wineries on the Westside of Kelowna where you can taste what makes the Okanagan so famous!
Knox Mountain Hiking- Local style!49.90475,-119.49275On this adventure, you can get a workout, see gorgeous views, have a charcuterie picnic and even jump in the lake for a swim if you’re feeling brave! I will show you the best routes in Knox Mountain Park to get that ‘outside of the city’ feeling of wilderness hiking without having to drive hours away. We will meet at Knox Mtn Park’s trailhead parking lot and hike along the lake to Paul’s Tomb. I’ll then take you on a steep but beautiful trail through Ponderosa Pine forest to the top of Knox Mountain! We will indulge in a charcuterie picnic at our choice of viewpoint and your shuttle back down the mountain will await you (saving your knees the descent! Or we can hike down as well!)
Yervana Locals Adventure Trail Run49.36028,-123.11075Introduction to trail running. 4.3k around the Cleveland Dam area. Run amongst beautiful giant trees on the North Shore. This is a lovely way to get introduced to the sport.
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