Our 2018 Trip Schedule

For each expedition, imagine this. Hearty meals shared around the campfire - strangers becoming friends. Imagine stunning landscapes full of life - navigating protected inlets and exposed shorelines with the stroke of your paddle. Remember the sights, smells, and knowledge gained - and that perfect moment when the world just made sense. Our goal is simply to facilitate your connection with nature, fellow guests, and the Haida culture... that's what you can expect. 


Route 2018 Dates Price* Status
Southern Loop May 13 - 20 $2100 Space Available Book now!
Southern Loop May 20 - 27 $2100 Space Available Book now!
Southern Loop June 24 - July 1 $2100 Space Available Book now!
Southern Route July 1 - 8 $2100 Space Available Book now!
Central Route July 8 - 15 $2100 Space Available Book now!
Northern Route July 15 - 22 $2100 Space Available Book now!
Northern Route July 22 - 29 $2100 Space Available Book now!
Central Route July 29 - Aug 5 $2100 Space Available Book now!
Southern Route Aug 5 - 12 $2100 Space Available Book now!
Southern Loop Aug 12 - 19 $2100 Space Available Book now!
Southern Route Aug 19 - 26 $2100 Space Available Book now!
Central Route Aug 26 - Sept 2 $2100 Space Available Book now!
Northern Route Sept 2 - 9 $2100 Space Available Book now!

All trips are 7 nights and 8 days, departing Queen Charlotte on day 1, and returning to Sandspit on day 8.

*Price includes all meals, guides, transportation to and from your hotels, and paddling equipment (kayak, paddle, PFD, skirt). You can bring your own camping equipment (tent, sleeping bag/mat, dry bags) or rent a complete set of quality gear for an additional 300 CAD.

*Price does not include GST, travel to/from Haida Gwaii, and your accommodation before or after your trip. 


Thinking further ahead? Our 2019 Gwaii Haanas expedition schedule will be published mid-2018.

If you would like to discuss routes and opportunities in advance of then, please send us an e-mail. We'd be happy to factor your needs into our planning process. 

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This trip focuses on reaching the UNESCO World Heritage Site, SGang Gwaay, located on a remote island that acted as a natural fortress to this formerly prominent Haida village. There now remain more than 15 beautifully carved poles, and several house pits, which continue to inspire awe in all those who witness them just as they did hundreds of years ago. Our chosen path to and from SGang Gwaay will be dictated by the weather and tidal conditions that nature provides during the trip. We hope to visit many secluded bays and inlets where black bears ramble the beaches for intertidal snacks, and eagles perch atop ancient trees just beyond. Ideal, yet untrammelled or developed, camp locations can be found throughout southern Gwaii Haanas making this region a world class paddling destination. Opportunity to view a wide range of sea birds and marine mammals that frequent the Pacific North West. Start/End Point – Raspberry Cove, Gwaii Haanas, or proximate locations within Houston Stewart Channel. We return to the same general area as we begin.