Paddle Squamish on a Kayak and See the Howe Sound Differently
There are lots of great ways to explore the Squamish surroundings by Kayak. For a mellow experience, a morning estuary paddle or a calm float on a nearby lake is just what the doctor ordered. For those looking for a more exhilarating or challenging adventure, a downstream river float or long-distance downwinder from Porteau Cove to Squamish will get your heart racing. Wherever you choose to go, you will be sure to see nature in its full beauty and perhaps even catch a glimpse of some local wildlife from a comfortable view on the water.
Single Person Kayak
Tandem Kayak Rentals
Temporary foam roof racks and straps are available to add onto your rental if you plan on driving to your chosen waterway as well as a boat carrier trolly.
Adult and youth sized paddles available.
Contact us for more details.
Introduction to Ocean Kayaking
The Mamquam River Run
With kilometers of River Way, a paddle down the river could be a full day adventure. Pack the kayak with everything you need to paddle or simply float down this beautiful riverway enjoying endless waterfalls, beautiful vegetation and spectacular mountain views. You might even get lucky and come down during our Salmon Runs where you have the potential of seeing thousands of Salmon rushing upstream to spawn.
~ 3-4h tour.
*4 person minimum for this tour.
** For Experienced paddlers only.
***Transportation costs not included.
The Howe Sound
~ 2h tour.
Paddle South for an open water adventure. Passing by the powerful Shannon Falls, you will likely see the seals and otters that rest of the floating logs and small islands in the channel as well as near Brittania Beach. Hop out to take a break on a private beach and perhaps even enjoy the warmer Ocean Waters that are located South of the Howe Sound.
Squamish Estuary Tour
~ 2h tour.
This calm and beautiful paddle brings you through the Wildlife Management Area of Squamish where the potential wildlife sightings are endless. Navigate through winding paths of nature’s paradise and enjoy some of the best views of the ever so popular Stawamus Chief.