Mailing Address

#6-8207 Swenson Way
Delta, BC, V4G 1J5

(778) 385-9394


Monday to Friday: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Saturday & Sunday: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

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"You're off to great places, today is your day. Your mountain is waiting, so get on your way."

- Dr. Seuss

Are you visiting Vancouver or new to the area and want to see what all the hype of "Beautiful British Columbia" is about? Or maybe just a little inexperienced and need someone to show you the ropes?

Rated for beginner to intermediate level hikers and adventure seekers who are looking to challenge themselves a little, with the support of a guide and small group.  

Whether you are booking as a group or flying solo, we have a trip for you.

Private tours available, contact us for availability if you do not see your preferred date on our calendar.

All Tours include, gear*, a complimentary water bottle and small snack.

Hike Descriptions

Stawamus Chief:

This unique and gorgeous hike will have you ascending the world's largest granite monolith. You will hike alongside rushing Shannon Falls up to the rocky peak with eyefuls of Howe Sound, Squamish and surrounding mountains. Our Stawamus Chief hike has three different peaks one can access. It's possible to access them all in one day, or choose one to your liking.

Trail Stats:

Park: Stawamus Chief Park

Difficulty Rating:  Intermediate

Elevation Gain: 540m - 630m

Average Hike Duration: 3 - 6km | ~4hrs

Terrain: Short compared to other hikes but steep, lots of stairs, ladders, chains.

Stawamus Chief Weather Forecast:

Garibaldi Lake:

The Garibaldi Lake hike is one of our favorites! Particularly because of the view at Garibaldi Lake with its iridescent blue water, surrounded by snow capped mountains. Makes for exquisite photo ops! You can try to swim there too, but don't be surprised if you go it alone, it's COLD!!! Gorgeous views of scenic Mt. Garibaldi at 2678-meter elevation as well as Black Tusk. Food shelters are present for respite from rain or colder conditions while enjoying your well-deserved packed lunch. We will stop at a lookout of the Sea to Sky Valley, where gangs of chipmunks will beg for your attention.

Create a customized private overnight or multi day tour. From our base camp, you can choose to hike Black Tusk or hike Panorama Ridge on following days. You can hike up, camp by the lake and head back down the next day or you could expand this hike to add many other trails such as; Black Tusk or Panorama ridge for example. Contact us for details and pricing.

Trail Stats:

Park: Garibaldi Park

Difficulty Rating:  Intermediate

Elevation Gain: 820m

Average Hike Duration: 18km | ~5-6hrs

Terrain: ​Well marked trails, switchbacks, no technical climbs to lake.

Garibaldi Lake (area) Weather Forecast:

Joffre Lakes:

Ever popular and strikingly beautiful with its three turquoise lakes, jagged peaks and glaciers. The Joffre Lakes hike is no secret as Vancouverites, every weekend, saturate its parking lots. Let us show you why everyone is excited about this hike.

Trail Stats:

Park: Joffre Lakes Park

Difficulty Rating:  Intermediate

Elevation Gain: 370m

Average Hike Duration: 10km | ~4-6hrs

Terrain: Well groomed, wide trail around three gorgeous turquoise alpine lakes.

Joffre Lakes (area) Weather Forecast:

Cheakamus Lake:

One of the easiest hikes in Garibaldi Park. Well suited for those wanting to get out there, yet wanting to take it easy. It's also friendly for those with knee issues. Because there is almost no elevation gain on the Cheakamus Lake hike, there's is less impact on our precious joints. You will experience beautiful views of the turquoise Cheakamus Lake surrounded by towering mountains and lush forest.

Trail Stats:

Park: Garibaldi Park

Difficulty Rating:  Easy

Elevation Gain: Minimal

Average Hike Duration: 6km | ~2-4hrs

Terrain: ​peaceful walk through forest, no major hills, a great beginner level hike.

Cheakamus Lake Weather Forecast:

Elfin Lakes:

The Elfin Lakes hike will give you gorgeous views of Mt Garibaldi and Atwell Peak, which is actually a volcanic pinnacle! Not to mention breathtaking views of Howe Sound. You will meander through quiet forests leading to the serene alpine while enjoying views of endless mountains and valleys. This trail brings significant meaning to us as it was where we had our 'Ah-ha' moment that inspired the idea of BeWild!  

Trail Stats:

Park: Garibaldi Park

Difficulty Rating:  Intermediate

Elevation Gain: 600m

Average Hike Duration: 22km | ~6-7hrs

Terrain: Switchbacks to start, then trail levels out with extensive scenic views.

Elfin Lakes (area) Weather Forecast:

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