Mastering the art of the perfect adventure for more than 35 years.

Sea to Sky Expeditions has been offering amazing hiking, canoeing, kayaking, and rafting tours across BC and Canada since 1988. Come and join us for a great holiday and getaway from the everyday. 

A wilderness adventure offers many rewards. It is an opportunity to get away from routine, be awed by incredible scenery, learn about the natural and cultural history of an area, meet new people, and maybe find out something new about yourself.


35+ years of leading expeditions. Nutritious and delicious foods are our specialty. Our guides go beyond leading and transport you to a new place.
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Small Groups

Greater access to your expert local guide for a more intimate and personalised experience.

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35+Years Experience

Thousands of delighted guests with many returning for more. Experience the Sea to Sky difference and find out why.

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Certified Guides

Enthusiastic and knowledgeable, our guides offer invaluable source of information on local culture, history and sights making your trip one of a kind.


These are some of our most popular adventure travel destinations and offerings. Join us on a life changing trip off the beaten path. Wilderness Adventure is what we do!
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West Coast Trail

Graveyard of the Pacific

Sea to Sky has introduced hikers to the West Coast Trail for 30 years. Our years of experience will insure that your visit will include all those special places unknown to the average hiker.The West Coast Trail is a challenging coastal trek. Known also as the "Graveyard of the Pacific", it is rich in human history, wildlife, and natural rugged beauty, and is considered one of the world's top ten hikes. Once you start hiking, you will quickly come to understand why hikers travel from all over the world to undertake the West Coast Trail.

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Yukon River

Dawson City Wild

Put-in: Minto Take-out: Dawson City We wanted to create a trip that embodied the Yukon. We think that our Yukon River canoe trip meets that goal. Minto is the starting point because here the Yukon River leaves its parallel course with the RV and tour bus studded Klondike Highway, and enters the remoteness and serenity of Yukon's wilderness. Chances are very good that we will see an assortment of wildlife from Dahl sheep to bears. Isolated campsites, many of which are located on islands in the Yukon River, offer a solitude that one must experience to understand.

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Orcas of Johnstone Strait

Orcas, eagles, bears

The Johnstone Strait provides a stunning array of scenery and lots of paddling variety. It lies between Vancouver Island and a group of Inside Passage islands, and at the edge of the Broughton Archipelago. The Strait is rich in it's diversity of wildlife and scenery. The area is rich in the history and culture of the Kwakwaka'wakw First Nations and the abandoned villages and cultural sites attest to this. An important ecological area, it is home to the Northern Resident Orcas, moving up and down the Strait, feeding off the salmon moving into the estuaries to spawn.

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Bowron Lakes

Quintessential Canadian Canoeing

The Bowron Lakes are considered the quintessential lake canoeing experience in Canada. The 6-lake, 116 km route, winds through the ruggedly scenic Cariboo Mountains. Specially designed carts make portaging the canoes and equipment much easier. We also take some short hikes to view the Isaac River cascades and the impressive Cariboo Falls.

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Nootka Island

Between Captain Cook and Maquinna

A remote coastal hike with beautiful beaches, fewer hikers, an interesting history, and a fabulous assortment of mammal, bird and marine wildlife. The Nootka Island backpacking trip offers a wide variety of terrain and scenery, packed into a fun and challenging 43km’s of classic coastal hiking.

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Chilkoot Trail

Klondike Gold Rush History

The Chilkoot Trail is an adventure that will give you a sense of the challenge, excitement, anticipation, and dangers which faced the Klondike Goldrushers of 1898. The Chilkoot Trail serves as a historic outdoors museum,with the discarded equipment, grave markers, and other reminders of the goldrushers found everywhere along the route.


Patrik Moiree, Switzerland

Johnstone Strait Kayaking

"Let me start by making sure that our collective appreciation of your trip and your guides to the Johnston Strait this last week gets official. Simply put, for my part just about every expectation was not only met but well exceeded. Thanks for that!"

Wayne and Janell MacDonald, Regina, Saskatchewan

Nahanni River Canoeing

"Nahanni trip was just great and Janell and I were so pleased. Your guide Adam worked extra hard but still did a wonderful job. Can't say enough good things about your company!"

Al Hurst, Gig Harbor, WA

Bowron Lakes Canoeing

"A few days ago I finished a wonderful trip through the Bowron Lakes Chain. Your superb guides, Georgia and Vick, with their bright attitudes and professional competence, made a great trip fantastic. Did I mention the food? It was outstanding!"

Al Schaller, California

West Coast Trail Hiking

"While I have only used one other outdoor company, REI, to Peru last year, I check around from time to time and can say with confidence STS is an excellent bargain. The spirit in which the adventures are handled are a cut above. Excellent Bargain"

Jenny & Brian, Washington

West Coast Trail Hiking

"Gary and Annalee, we would like to thank you for showing us the best the West Coast Trail can offer, and your support keeping us safe and encouraging us along the way. As you mentioned, just before our last chance to fill our boots together before reaching Bamfield Beach, this was truly a life-changing event. We are so happy we were able to share this with you."