OPEN FOR THE SEASON!!!
We are located in Brae Island Regional Park, directly across the water from the Fort Pub.
9451 Glover Rd, Langley BC V1M 2R9
DIRECTIONS: Cross the Fort Langley Bridge, turn LEFT into Brae Island Regional Park. Park in the front parking lot (on your left) and we are located directly along the pathway behind the washrooms.
Hours of Operations
Monday - Thursday: Call for an appointment
Friday: 2pm - 9pm ( call to make sure we will be open )
Saturday & Sunday: 11am - 7pm
Saturday and Sunday during open hours feel free to call us at 778-227-1348 or drop in to see us :)
Stand up Paddle Board/ Single Kayak( 1 person)
2 hour rental - $29.95 plus tax
Full day rental - $59.95 plus tax
Double Kayak/ Canoe ( 2 person)
2 hour rental - $43.95 plus tax
Full Day rental- $78.95 plus tax
$10 fee for all overnight rentals (paid upon pick up)
Please note for reservations:
To ensure we can accomodate everyone who books with us and to ensure maximum availability, we do have a strict no-show policy. All reservations are required to pre-pay ahead of time if booking in advance via etransfer to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Call 604 477 4663 for payment information OR you can pay right here through the website. (see below)
Book your Full Day Rentals here:
Double Canoe or Kayak: https://www.ridgewilderness.com/shopping/products/full-day1
Single Kayak or SUP: https://www.ridgewilderness.com/shopping/products/full-day-sup-single-kayak-rentals
Book your 2 Hour Rentals here:
Double Canoe or Kayak: https://www.ridgewilderness.com/shopping/products/two-hour-double-canoe-double-kayak-rental
Single Kayak or SUP: https://www.ridgewilderness.com/shopping/products/two-hour-sup-single-kayak-rentals
We are happy to send you a receipt right away via email.
Your credit card information is not stored and will not be shared with any 3rd parties.
Any reservations that cancel 48 hours prior to the booking time will recieve a 50% refund.
No shows will not be credited or refunded.
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!