From time to time, it’s interesting to go “archiving” through one’s portfolio. It’s also humbling but you can also uncover some hidden gems. These images were created in July, 2009 during a kayaking trip in Jasper National Park. This was the second time that I ever kayaked, the first time being in The Bay of Fundy in Nova Scotia, in 2001 or 2002.
An Editor from Explore Magazine – Canada’s source for outdoor adventure, hiking, camping, gear, travel and skills was recently referred to me: explore-mag.com One of my images from The Salish Sea Marine Trail Grand Opening in September may be used for an upcoming feature article, celebrating the trail. To find out more about The Salish Sea Marine Trail, go here: bcmarinetrails.org/…/salish-sea-marine-trail
Category: Adventures and Expeditions, Conservation, Equipment and Gear, Friends Tags: BC Marine Trails, BCMTN, BCMTNA, British Columbia, Camping, Canada, Explore Magazine, Hiking, Ocean Kayaking, Paddle, Paddle Boarding, Paddle Canada, Paddling, Salish Sea, Salish Sea Marine Trail, Salish Sea Marine Trail Grand Opening, Sea Kayaking, Vancouver Island
Each year as a part of my annual calendar distribution, I solicit donations on behalf of a conservation based – non profit organization. This year I have partnered with Surfrider Vancouver Island. They do amazing work and I’m happy to be a part of their efforts. Find out more about what they do here: vancouverisland.surfrider.org
Category: Conservation, Friends Tags: 2018, BC, BC Marine Trails, BCMTN, BCMTNA, Beach, Beach Cleanup, British Columbia, British Columbia Marine Trail Network, Calendar, canoe, Canoeing, Coastal, coastline, Conservation, Environment, Kayak, Non profit, Ocean, Ocean Kayaking, Pacific, Pacific Northwest, Paddle Boarding, Paddle Canada, paddlebc, Paddling, Photography, PNW, Sea Kayaking, Stand Up Paddleboarding, standup paddle board, SUP, Surfrider, Surfrider Foundation, Vancouver Island
Adventurer and Sea Kayaker, Craig Jones is planning to kayak most of the west coast of British Columbia during the Summer of 2018, roughly from mid May until the first week of August. Craig plans to depart from either the Sunshine Coast or perhaps Port Hardy and paddle all the way up the coast to Prince Rupert or perhaps slightly beyond. Safety is always first of course, but he’s looking to kayak… Read More
Category: Adventures and Expeditions, Friends Tags: BC Marine Trails, BCMTN, BCMTNA, British Columbia, British Columbia Marine Trail Network, Craig Jones, Expedition, Inside Passage, Kayak, Kayaking, Pacific Northwest, Paddle Canada, paddlebc, Paddling, Port Hardy, Safety, Sea Kayaking, Sunshine Coast, West Coast
A shout out to any friends that will be paddling our beautiful BC coastal waters, we need help: Trails Development Marine Trail Field Survey If you, your group or your paddling club is planning a trip in 2017 you might consider Marine Trail Field Surveys for the BC Marine Trails with our Marine Trail Field Survey form. Essentially, we are looking to survey sites in remote areas that have NOT been surveyed… Read More
GRAND OPENING: September 16th -17th, 2017 Be a part of the celebration: https://www.bcmarinetrails.org/news/events-and-calendar/salish-sea-marine-trail-grand-opening-events
Category: Adventures and Expeditions, Friends Tags: Adventure, BCMTN, Beautiful, British Columbia, British Columbia Marine Trail Network, Camping, Canada, canoe, celebration, Environment, events, First Nations, Kayak, Nature, Nature Photography by Martin Ryer, Ocean, Pacfic Ocean, Pacific, paddlebc, Paddling, Photography, Salish Sea, Sea Kayaking, Sea Lions, SSMTGO, standup paddle board, SUP, Sustainability, Trees, Vancouver Island, West Coast, Wild
For those that are getting ready for paddling season on the west coast, I personally consider the BC Coast Explorer and Marine Trail Guide by my friend John Kimantas – Volumes 1 and 2 essential to your trip planning. You can buy both volumes here: wildcoastmagazine.com/…/bc-coast-explorer-guide-books Of course it goes without saying that a British Columbia Marine Trail Network membership, bcmarinetrails.org is also a must.
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