Our Adventure Tours
Vancouver private hiking tours
Step off the beaten path on a full day private adventure tour with your very own local guide. Let us take care of everything, so all you have to worry about is feasting on West Coast delicacies and enjoying the views. Learn about Aboriginal history and culture while admiring totem poles. Explore the pristine beauty of Howe Sound, cross towering suspension bridges while gazing down at rushing canyons, stand below waterfalls and hike to the summit of a local mountain with your guide. If you want true Canadian wilderness on a tour perfectly catered to you this is your tour. Read More
Sea to sky hiking adventure
Step off the beaten path on this action packed adventure tour. Check out the totem poles in Stanley Park, before heading up the legendary Sea to Sky Highway, winding along the shores of Howe Sound. Escape the bustle of the city on your guided hike to the summit of The Chief, the world's second largest monolith. Feast on West Coast delicacies and stand directly below Shannon Falls, the third highest waterfall in BC. Your adventure awaits! Read more about this adventure tour.
Vancouver Mountain adventure
See the real Vancouver on your adventure tour. Your guide will take you into the surrounding wilderness, to a land of lush rain forests, alpine vistas and salty ocean coves. Let us handle all the details, so all you have to worry about is feasting on the delicious picnic lunch. If you want to explore Vancouver's wilderness and want to be active, this is the ultimate adventure tour for you.
Rocky mountain camping adventure
The ultimate highlight adventure tour of the Rocky Mountains. Float among ancient canyons on a tranquil or a wet and wild rafting excursion, then hike through breezy alpine meadows with stunning views. Picnic on the shores of emerald green glacial lakes and horseback ride through gorgeous rolling terrain. This tour takes you to Kananaskis high country as well as 4 of the most impressive national parks in Canada. Camp amongst towering mountains, glassy lakes and spruce scented, starry night air. Read More
Vancouver Island camping adventure
Experience the highlights of Vancouver Island on this action packed adventure tour. Speed across the ocean in Tofino, hike to alpine lakes and explore endless depths of rainforests. Check out waterfalls, tour Victoria and camp among some of the most beautiful scenes in Canada. We take care of all the details so you don't have to worry about a thing, just watch for wildlife! Read More
rocky mountain ski tour
Skiing at its finest in the heart of the Rocky Mountains. Hit the open, playful slopes of Sunshine, and the world renown powder and terrain of Lake Louise, while gazing at the most iconic views Canada has to offer. Don't forget skiing at Norquay, the sneakily fun local underdog with legendary fall line skiing. Fine mountain cuisine, hot springs, endless shopping and nightlife will keep you busy when your not hot dogging on the slopes. Find out what its like to ski in a postcard! Read More
British Columbia Ski Tour
After years of "research" we are proud to bring you the ultimate tour of British Columbia's top notch ski areas. Hit the open bowls at Revelstoke, champagne powder at Kicking Horse, steep trees at Whitewater and the legendary Red Mountain terrain. Experience the mountain culture and vibrant atmosphere of Revelstoke, Golden, Nelson and Rossland. We handle everything so you just need to worry about keeping your tips up! Read More
What to bring
Our adventure tours take place in mountainous and ocean settings so, although weather is usually excellent, it can be unpredictable. We recommend being ready for anything, so if mother nature sneaks up on us, you'll be prepared. Generally, being versatile with layers of clothing goes a long way. Bring a light but warm base layer that isn't cotton, along with a warm pair of pants and a warm sweater. Don't forget shorts and a swimsuit, plus a rain worthy jacket in case we get some liquid sun. One or two pairs of wool socks is helpful for camping, and a hat to keep the sun off your face. Most people come with a huge suitcase crammed with clothes, and wear one outfit the whole time. Three highly under-rated adventure items are lip chap, sun screen and a water bottle. A day pack is extremely helpful to bring your goodies, such as water bottle, towel or ski accessories. Below are some lists that outline more items for specific activities. Of course these are just guidelines, you can bring whatever you would like.
- Base layer and warm sweater to ensure you are comfortable at all times
- Sunglasses, sunscreen, lip chap, water bottle
- Sleeping bag (you can rent one here)
- Camera for gorgeous scenery and memories
- Bathing suit (essential)
- Some socks and sturdy shoes/ hiking boots
- Toiletries, including deodorant for public safety!
- Rain jacket and pants
- Day pack
- Hiking boots (broken in so you don't get blisters. Boots that end above the ankle are best for support.)
- Having a good base layer, plus a warm sweater is really important for alpine hiking, so you can layer and de-layer as your temperature changes.
- Rain jacket/ pants in case the weather surprises us
- Plus all the items we recommend for camping
- Day pack for day hikes.
- Skiing/ boarding equipment (or rent)
- Helmet is recommended for safety and style points
- Warm gloves or hat
- Jacket and snow pants (can be purchased during the ski tour)
- Base layer plus warm sweater and pants
- Outfit to wear in vehicle and around town
- Bathing suit (never leave home without it)
- A day pack can be good for getting around town or bringing gear to the hill.
- Lip chap, sunscreen, water bottle and sunglasses
- Funky, psychedelic ski suits score you major points with the locals