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June 28 - July 12, 2020
July 15 - July 29, 2020
Middle school students can travel from sea to sky on our 15-day ultimate adventure through British Columbia and Alberta. Kayak across pristine alpine lakes, learn to climb on beautiful granite rocks, traverse through ponderosa pine forests, and experience three of Canada's most beautiful National Parks.
Kick off on an epic adventure rafting on the iconic Thompson River. Nestled within Lytton, British Columbia, you'll conquer 18 rapids along the desert like wilderness.
Enjoy the cool waters of Begbie Falls after following the 4 mile forest trail situated between Upper Arrow Lake and Mount Begbie. Views surely won't disappoint!
See Arctic Wolves, Cougars, Grizzly Bears, Great Gray Owls, and more when you visit BC Wildlife Park! Learn about their conservation and research efforts with Eastern Grey Squirrels, Orphan Badgers, and the Burrowing Owl.
This crystal clear lake's delicate turquoise coloring almost perfectly matches the sky. Cross the cool blue waters by kayak or canoe and experience the refreshing glacial waters in Banff National Park.
Lake Louise is one of the most beautiful natural sites in Canada. Situated within the limits of Banff National Park, you'll enjoy dramatic views of peaks and glaciers while you cool off in the pristine waters.
Take the fast track to the clouds on the Sea to Sky Gondola. Grand views of Howe Sound with Serratus Mountain and Mt Tantalus in site await you at the top.
Whitewater Raft: Thompson River
Hike: Jasper National Park, Banff National Park, Mount Begbie Falls
Aerial Course: Sky Trek Adventure Park
Canoe/Kayak/Sup: Moraine Lake, Lake Louise
Rock Climbing: Squamish
Explore: Jasper National Park, Banff National Park, BC Wildlife Park, Glacier National Park
We sleep in tents, shower about every three to five days, and use latrines or flush toilets as bathrooms.
Arrive: Vancouver (YVR) Depart: Calgary (YYC)
A leader-escorted round-trip flight will be available (but not required) for those travelers who wish to fly with a leader. Please contact our office for details.
Arrive in Vancouver, British Columbia. Transfer to campground in Squamish.
We’ll kick off our adventure at sea level as we kayak across Howe Sound, one of North America’s southernmost fjords, as we get our first look at the rich plant and animal life of British Columbia. Day 3 will be spent learning to rock climb on the immense granite rock of Squamish Chief Mountain.
Our next camping location is the town of Lytton, founded during the Fraser Canyon Gold Rush. Raft the iconic Thompson River and hike in Stein Valley Nlaka’pamux Heritage Park.
Transfer to Revelstoke and stop at the BC Wildlife Park along the way. In Revelstoke we’ll hike to Mount Begbie Falls and conquer an aerial course in an old-growth forest.
Finally, what we’ve all been waiting for! We make our way to see the unsurpassed beauty of Banff National Park. With mountain peaks as high as the sky and turquoise lakes fed by ancient glaciers, Banff is a premier destination for exploring pristine wilderness. We’ll paddle the calm waters of Moraine Lake and peddle our way around the park by bike. With Jasper National Park in close proximity, our options for hiking are endless with trails for every experience level. Celebrate on the final night with a classic campfire meal under the stars.
Homeward Bound – Board our flights home from Calgary, Alberta.