unguided canoe tours in Canada - one, two or three day

Smithers, BC, on Highway 16 is the perfect destination for a short unguided Canoe Trip in Northwest British Columbia. Here you could do a stop over on your way to Alaska, or on your way from or to Prince Rupert and the ferry.

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In Smithers you will meet Helga and Gunter, a resident couple. They will supply you with all the gear you need (Canoe, Tent, Sleeping bags, Cooker and dishes, water proof Bags and lots more). In the morning they will bring you to the Upper Bulkley, Morrice River, or Morrice Lake, where your journey starts. The river is classified easy to moderate, only one passage where you should portage your canoe. After one or two overnight stays, with a romantic campfire, you will arrive in Smithers where you will meet Helga and Gunter again.

This trip can be done from July to October.

Unguided BC Canoe tours on our longest Natural Lake
Min. 4 days and max. 28 days

Babine Lake canoe rentals, Northern British ColumbiaThese tours start and end in Smithers on Highway 16. They could be done as a stop over or as a long canoe expedition.

In Smithers you will get all your equipment you need (Canoe, Tent, Sleeping bags, Cooker and Dishes, water proof bags and lots more). Then we will drive you to the lake where your adventure starts. You will have a beautiful lake (110 miles long) with many bays and islands to explore and wherever you like you can set you camp. In the evening you can catch rainbow and lake trout for barbecuing on the campfire. You will not only see one of the most beautiful Canadian scenery, as you can watch and photograph wildlife like Eagle, Beaver, Otter, Deer, Moose and Bear. A family friendly Canada canoe tour which shows you real nature and will leave you with lots of memories.

This trip can be done from June to September.

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