With the Winter Olympics recently completed, this summer is your best, once-in-a-lifetime chance to visit and experience beautiful British Columbia. Nestled between glaciated mountains and lush forests, this is the perfect location to enjoy rock climbing, whitewater kayaking, mountain biking and fantastic summer skiing.
Our British Columbia Adventure offers summer skiing and snowboarding opportunities on Blackcomb glacier, coastal rock climbing of the second largest granite monolith in the world, mountain biking on the famous trails of Whistler Resort and a whitewater kayaking school on the exciting Cheakamus River. To see photos of this past summer’s British Columbia Adventure, visit facebook.com/wildernessventures.
About Wilderness Ventures:
We are the oldest and most experienced outdoor adventure program for teenagers. We have provided fantastic adventures in the upper Pacific Northwest since 1973; as a result we know all of the best and most beautiful places to visit and explore. After 37 years leading the highest quality experiences for young people, we remain a small, family owned and operated program with the highest level of individual attention to each student and family. Visit WildernessVentures.com to learn about the British Columbia Adventure or any of these other fantastic opportunities in the Pacific Northwest.
|6th||Pacific Northwest Explorer||Spy whales from our special whale watching vessel on the Puget Sound. Whitewater raft through Olympic National Park and the largest temperate rainforest in North America. Play in the snow on famous Mt. Rainier.|
|7th & 8th||Puget Sound||Explore North Cascades National Park by foot and canoe. Whitewater raft the exciting Sauk River. Backpack on the last remaining stretch of Wilderness beach in the lower 48.|
|8th & up||Oregon||Rock climb the famous cliffs of Smith Rock State Park. Enjoy a three-day whitewater rafting adventure on the famous Deschutes River. Sea kayak with whales in the San Juan Islands.|
|8th & up||Pacific Northwest||Sea Kayak with whales in the San Juan Islands. Spend two days aboard a whitewater raft of the exciting Deschutes River. Hike the famous Pacific Crest Trail. Explore the old growth forests of the Olympic Peninsula.|
|9th & up||Northwest||Adventure through the exquisite Glacier Peak Wilderness. Climb the snow-clad summits of both Mt. Baker and Mt. Adams. Trek the pristine Olympic Beaches.|
|9th & up||Cascade Olympic||Climb Mt. Rainier (arguably one of the greatest and most fun accomplishments of anyone’s life). Backpack the Olympic Beaches Climb Mt. Adams.|
|9th & up||Washington Mountaineering||Trek the spectacular and seldom-traveled Pasayten Wilderness. Learn snow and ice climbing skills from the American Alpine Institute while camping and climbing on beautiful Mt. Baker.|
|9th & up||Cascade Wilderness||Hike and canoe the spectacular North Cascades range in one of the most spectacular alpine traverses in the world. Whitewater raft the exciting Sauk River.|
|All trips grouped according to age.|