Helicopter Glacier Kayaking
Every spring, alpine and glacial lakes begin to thaw along the shoreline, revealing vibrant blue water so extraordinary looking you have to see it to believe it. The melt water follows the contours of the lakeshore, giving the illusion that it is a river, when in fact the water is perfectly still. See British Columbia from a different perspective. Embark on a helicopter flight through the spectacular Coast Mountains and enjoy magnificent views as you fly over endless mountains and valleys, waterfalls cascading over granite cliffs, turquoise rivers winding their way through lush temperate rain forests, and even the occasional herd of mountain goats or elk. Just when you think it can’t get any better, our glacial destination pops into view only minutes before we land.
Take a moment to revel in the true beauty of British Columbia’s untouched wilderness as we set down beside a lake and get ready for an experience of a lifetime. Choose from glacier melt water kayaking or paddle boarding and enjoy complete peace and serenity. Vibrant blue melt water is only available in June. Once the ice is off the lake, the best times to visit are late July through to September. However, kayaking and paddle boarding are available until the ice returns in October, usually after the Canadian Thanksgiving long weekend. Check out the photo gallery here.
The tour includes a 60 minute round trip sightseeing flight from our home base in rural Abbotsford, use of kayaks or paddle boards, 4 hours on location, trip photos, and a gourmet picnic lunch from Lepp Farm Market.
See below for the difference between June and July/August/September Glacier Kayaking.
$5000.00+GST for Glacier Kayaking
Pricing is per group, in Canadian Dollars
If you don’t have a full group, send us a message and we’ll match you up with another group.
Add round trip from Vancouver Heli-Port for an additional $2000.00+GST
Add Ice Cave visit for an additional $500.00+GST (only accessible August 1 – November 1st)
- Maximum 4 guests
- Astar B2 Helicopter
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