Pathways Canada Tours
The Original And Most Experienced Guiding Company On The
OFFERING GUIDED CANOE TRIPS AT THE BOWRON LAKES SINCE 1973 AND THE YUKON RIVER SINCE 1978
Bowron Lakes guided canoe trips let you escape the stresses of everyday life!
Experience this uniquely Canadian, outdoor adventure of a lifetime with Pathways Canada Tours, the Bowron Lakes original and most experienced guided canoe trips outfit.
BOOK NOW for 2024 – SPACE IS LIMITED!
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Why Choose Pathways?
Pathways Canada, a small, family-owned business, dedicated to providing guided canoe trips in Canada’s wilderness, was the original guiding company in the Bowron Lakes Provincial Park. Our guides have been guiding canoe trips here since 1973. Pathways offers a uniquely Canadian wilderness experience, in safely guided canoe expeditions, suitable for both the novice and experienced outdoor enthusiast and canoeist. No experience is necessary.
Unrivalled Wildlife Viewing and Scenery in one of Canada’s most unique settings
Ideal For Both the Novice and Experienced Canoeists who desire a great Canadian wilderness experience without the organization problems.
Hearty Gourmet Meals at Private & Reserved Campsites
The Original, Most Experienced Company providing safe guided canoe trips on Bowron Lakes Since 1970
Experience A Pathways Trip
After over 45 years and more than 400 successful Bowron Lakes guided canoe expeditions, Pathways’ guides still maintain their love for the Bowron Lakes and their enthusiasm for sharing the Canadian wilderness with others.
Pathways offers an amazing experience for both the novice and experienced outdoor enthusiast. We have some of the most experienced guides in Canada, who will make sure you experience the joys of paddling a canoe through the Canadian wilderness in a safely guided canoe adventure.
“There is magic in the feel of a paddle and the movement of a canoe, a magic compounded of distance, adventure, solitude and peace.” ~ Sigurd F. Olson