Adventures Shared

“Out there is more fun” … perhaps day trip hiking, sailing, beach combing, gold panning; metal detecting or photo shoot and explore long abandoned trading outposts, turn of century ghost towns and old crumbing fish canneries.   Check out 17th, 18th century ship wreck locations; old growth forests, rivers.. fly fishing …coastal wilderness, island archipelagos, whales, dolphins, grizzly and black bears.    British Columbia offers an extraordinary menu.

“Adventures Shared” opens a door to really get “out there” for an experience.   For most, it is not practical to own the extensive/expensive “kit” for both land and sea adventuring on this rugged coast.  Over the past 20 years I have acquired the “kit” and experience.    Your contribution is sharing some costs and light duty “hands on” help.

This a shared activity invitation.  Much the same as friends getting together to plan an adventure together … not a charter.  We share costs and some light duties for the love of being “out there”.   I will take 2 along on multi day coastal trips or several more for day trip beach combing or guided hikes to popular trails.

Late spring to fall involves more distant, multi day  adventuring from Vancouver and Victoria to Princess Louisa Inlet, Gulf Islands, Desolation Sound, Octopus Islands, Broughton Archipelago, Central and North Coast, Great Bear Rain Forest, Bella Coola, Bella Bella.  For winter months, it is day tripping.  Explore marine parks to wander the dunes,  beach comb, view large numbers of migratory seabirds, wildlife, seals and sea lions.  Go clamming, dig oysters and if weather permitting, salmon, flounder and cod fishing.   Sail/drive to all manner of hiking trails.   Guided hikes along the famous Stamp River ….chinook, coho, sockey salmon migrations while wandering through old growth forest.  Winter, early spring months on coastal British Columbia is a time under-appreciated and under-utilized.   A solitude time to experience the quiet and peace of British Columbia’s coastal temperate climate.

Got an interest that involves a BC adventure?   Send along an email and let us plan something together.