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Have Paddle, Will travel.

Visit all six diverse paddling regions of British Columbia.

So many unique landscapes to paddle through. Sea for yourself.

Long lakes surrounded by snow-capped mountains. Ocean passages through tiny islands. Fast-moving rivers in the centre of quaint communities. Explore all of BC’s incredible topography from the comfort of your favourite craft.

Cariboo Chilcotin Coast

Stretching from the Cariboo Mountains in the east to the western coastline of mainland BC, this region is equal parts fresh and salty.


Kootenay Rockies

Located in the south-eastern corner of BC, the Kootenays encompass portions of four major mountain ranges and a variety of valleys, making it a freshwater paddling paradise.


Northern BC

If you’re looking for vast swaths of unspoiled nature, BC’s largest tourism region, which spans over a half-million square kilometres, Northern BC is for you.


Thompson Okanagan

Central British Columbia offers up warm lakes and rivers beside some of the province’s coolest communities.


Vancouver, Coast, & Mountains

This region includes Vancouver, the largest city in Western Canada, but also 50+ smaller communities from where to launch your craft.


Vancouver Island

Larger than the country of Belgium, Van Isle offers everything from SUP surfing on ocean waves to serene kayak and canoe circuits.


Dip your paddle into all waters.

Whether your’re looking for on ocean current on your kayak, or a sunny day at the lake on your paddleboard, BC paddling ticks all the boxes. Craft your ideal day of paddling on a Lake, River, or Ocean.

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