North Coast Kayak Adventures

DUE TO PHYSICAL DISTANCING REQUIREMENTS WE ARE CURRENTLY UNABLE TO OPERATE TOURS. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN OUR SERVICES PLEASE HELP US OUT WITH A SMALL DONATION TO OUR GOFUNDME PAGE TO KEEP US AFLOAT AS A RESULT OF OUR LOST SEASON.


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NEW for 2020:  

SKGBC Guide for day trips and multi-day adventures

Evening paddles are back!

GUIDED extended excursions will be available for booking in January 2020. Check back and reserve early to avoid disappointment.

BC PARKS PERMIT

Official holders of a BC Parks permit. A thank you to the First Nations representatives and to BC Parks for thier work in reviewing our application.

Our permits include:

  • Foch Lagoon and the Gilfttoyees Conservancy
  • Loretta Provincial Park
  • Weewanie Provincial Park Hot Springs
  • Bishop Bay and Monkey Beach Conservancy (inc. hot springs)

Gilttoyees Inlet - May 2nd to June 14th

As part of the Foch-Gilttoyees BC Parks Conservancy, this inlet provides kayakers of all skill levels a variety of opportunities. Highly valued for its well-developed inter-tidal flats, salt-water marshes and meadow communities, the Gilttoyees and neighboring Miskatla Inlet provide ample opportunity for wildlife viewing both in the water and on the shore. Amazing waterfalls and unique rock formations make this a destination not to be missed! 

Eagle Bay - June 16th to July 30th

With so much area to explore you will want to go more than once!

For the beginner… this semi protected bay area makes for great paddling while you are still honing your skills. For the more advanced paddler, Amos Passage awaits as you decide to head into the Kildala Arm or further down the channel to Hopkins Point and beyond. Eagle Bay is the perfect departure location to explore further down the channel for adventure paddlers looking for multi-day excursions.


Loretta and Sue Channels - August 1st to September

Loretta, Maitland and Hawksbury Islands create the inner channels of Sue and Loretta. The abundance of birds, seals, sea otters and even the occasional bear grazing on the shoreline, this area offers both protected waters for the newer kayaker and the opportunity to circumnavigate the islands for those with more experience. Connecting the Douglas and Devastation channels, Sue channel is the perfect launching point for extended trips.