Adult and Team Adventures

Canoe Tours and more


Beautiful Water, Gorgeous Sky

Cozy around the Campfire

There would be no Canada without the canoe! There is a rich history of canoeing in Canada and on our discovery trips we celebrate this heritage along with the spectacular environments we traverse. We are also big believers that “play” is vital at all stages of life. The canoe is where we at Ridge Wilderness allow our imaginations to run wild and free!

Whether it's for a "Staff Appreciation Day", Girls Night Out, a family trip or just the chance to do something different with your team or friends, a day in one of our Voyager canoes is just the catch thing!

Picture yourself paddling the crystal waters of a local BC lake, surrounded by emerald mountains, drinking in the fresh air. your muscles stretching into an easy paddling cadence with your partner. Spend your lunch break stretched out on a warm sandy beach in the sun, or go wading in the cool water while your guide prepares a fresh and delicious lunch. On your way back perhaps you'll see a seal watching you from afar, large eyes glistening as it curiously swims a bit closer to the canoe. Or perhaps you'll surprise a camouflaged deer drinking from the stream, its white tail waving like a flag as it bounds away through the brush.


Relax in the Stillness

Bring your tent for an overnight adventure, and sip delicious beverages while you catch up with your friends around a cozy crackling campfire.  Watch the sun sink behind the mountains mirrored in the still waters of the lake and enjoy a hearty meal prepared for you by your guide. Relax and allow yourself to unwind from the hustle and bustle of your daily routine. Being out in nature is all about disconnecting from the norm and getting back to the basics. Allow the sun to reset your internal clock, and wake up refreshed to a hot breakfast!


Just one of our delicious meals!

Come along with us and discover all the beauty and wonder BC has to offer on one of our day-long trips. Overnight adventures also available upon request.

Fort Langley Adventure

Paddle the beautiful Bedford Channel out to the Fraser River, the sun glinting off your canoe as you disappear around a bend and feel like you're in the middle of the wilderness. Pull up your boat onto one of many secluded white sand beaches, enjoy a picnic or a snack, or paddle all the way out to the tip of the island and enjoy the early morning view of the Fraser. Wave to the friendly fishermen and paddle back to our outdoor centre, where hot coffee and fun shops are only footsteps away.

Have a group? Guided paddles available upon request...dependent on availability. Team building on the beach, lots of fun and laughs... bring your family, friends, or staff and have an amazing time out on the water! Adventure Length: 2-3 hours.

Contact us: at for more details or to book your paddle today!

Fort Camping
9451 Glover Rd, Langley, BC V1M 2R9
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Widgeon Creek Adventure 

Paddling a winding creek, surrounded by snow-peaked mountains with birds dancing around your canoe. At the creek's end, we go for an amazing walk/hike to spend some time taking in the view at Widgeon Falls. An amazing way to spend a day.

Group rates available upon request!

Group Minimum: 8

Dates: Contact us for dates/rates.

Meeting Location: Grant Narrows Regional Park on Pitt Lake
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To sign up: email

The Harrison Salmon Run

The Harrison is Canada’s first named Salmon Stronghold where the clear water and gentle current give way to an overflow of vibrant red salmon from late September to mid-November.

During the voyage, our guides will share the history of canoeing, and also tell stories of the 1000-year-old First Nations Pictographs, harbour seals, eagles, osprey, vultures and the spectacular salmon!

Group rates available upon request!

Group Minimum: 8

Dates: Contact us for dates/rates

Meeting Location: Kilby Boat Launch
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To sign up: email

Sunset Paddle 

Paddle to the end of McMillan Islands. Enjoy a San Pellegrino and some treats as the sun goes down and the stars come out. It's truly a remarkable way to spend an evening. 

Adventure Length: 2-2.5 hours or 3-4 hours.

Group rates available upon request!

Group Minimum: 8

Dates: Contact us for more info dates/rates

Meeting Location: Fort Langley

To sign up: email 

paddle + pub

Work up an appetite with this 3-4 hour paddle ending at the historic and delicious Fort Pub.

Group rates available upon request!

Group Minimum: 8

Meeting Location: Fort Langley

To sign up: email 



Hear what folks are saying!

Just completed a fantastic Wilderness First Aid Course in Hope BC alongside the confluence of the Mighty Fraser and the Coquihalla Rivers. Class time was balanced well with outdoor settings and hands on experiential learning. The atmosphere was very supportive with good humour and smiles all around (even in the rain!). The mix of teaching styles ensured that all levels and types of learners absorbed and retained key information. Such a great way to learn skills and build confidence for personal hiking/backpacking/outings, as well as prep for taking groups into the outdoors. With Dave we were in good hands!

Stephanie, Outdoor Educator
Hope Mountain Centre for Outdoor Learning