We will explore the area that Coast & Kayak voted the #2 kayaking destination of 2013. We will visit the orcas’ whale rubbing beach at Jepther Point, explore Goletas Channel and possibly peek around Cape Scott looking for humpback and gray whales, sea otters, seal lions and of course, seals before returning to Port Hardy. You must have multi day coastal kayaking camping experience and be comfortable in strong winds, fast currents, lumpy water, and ocean surf/swell. Immersion wear, preferably drysuit, required.

  • Difficulty: Sea Kayak III+
  • Land Manager: Land Manager TBD
  • Parking Permit Required: see Land Manager
  • Recommended Party Size: 6
  • Maximum Party Size: 12
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Sea Kayak - Cape Sutil

Sea Kayaking Trip
You can expect to see whales, sea otters, seal lions, bears, wolves and all kinds
Difficulty: Sea Kayak III+, Sea Kayak IV/V
Thu, Jul 18, 2019 - Sun, Jul 28, 2019
Prerequisites, Leader's Permission Required
3 participants
Registration closes May 31
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