BRITISH COLUMBIA – YUKON
Guided wilderness camping adventures. Suitable for novices.
Chilkoot Trail: Our Chilkoot Trail guided hike offers the hiker a sense of the challenge, anticipation, and danger which confronted the men and women of the Klondike Gold Rush of 1898.
North Coast Trail: It does not carry the international recognition of the West Coast Trail, but it offers very similar coastal, temperate rainforest, sand, and cobblestone beaches, and cultural/historical significance.
Nootka Island Trail: Nootka Island guided hike is a remote coastal hike with unspoiled beaches, few, if any, hikers, a fabulous assortment of mammal, bird and marine wildlife, important historical significance, and has many outstanding scenic rewards.
Tombstone Mountains: During our Tombstone Mountains hiking trip, you will be struck by the jagged pinnacles of the Tombstone Mountains as they stand in stark contrast with the landscape of sub-arctic/alpine tundra and boreal forest that surround them.
West Coast Trail: The West Coast Trail hike, along Vancouver Island’s rugged west coast, originated as a lifesaving trail to assist shipwrecked mariners to safety at the turn of the last century.