Kayaking: Deep Cove (North Vancouver, British Columbia)





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Published on Jul 7, 2014

The coastal fjords, rivers, and freshwater lakes around Vancouver are perfect for lakewater paddling, ocean kayaking, and whitewater kayaking. This part of British Columbia offers scenic vistas for adventurers of all skill levels.

In this Destination BC video, we join kayaking guide Mike Darbyshire (Deep Cove Canoe & Kayak) for a tour of Indian Arm. This glacial fjord is located fifteen minutes from downtown Vancouver. Travellers will be surprised at how easy it is to get away from it all without having to go to far.

For more information on kayaking in British Columbia, including Vancouver and the Lower Mainland, visit: http://hellobc.com/kayaking.

For a closer look at the people and places featured in this video series, click below:

1) Nitobe Memorial Garden: Japanese Tea Ceremony (Vancouver, British Columbia) - http://youtu.be/CFiPXkVAo_g
2) Aboriginal Wood Carving: Luke Parnell (Vancouver, British Columbia) - http://youtu.be/FZLmNoo7pNg
3) Come To Your Senses: Touch (British Columbia) - http://youtu.be/nlJ01H-qbpo

Special thanks to: Mike Darbyshire and Deep Cove Canoe & Kayak.


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