Kayak tripping is one of the reasons that many people join the kayak fleet.  At the beginning of each season we plan the trip calendar and tailor the destinations and level of difficulty to involve as many members as possible. 

Once a trip is on the calendar, we need a volunteer to lead it and someone to organize it.  Once they are in place, we will open trip for participants to apply - trips are normally limited to six people, but we have a wait list for each.  The organization process will include a planning meeting and a paddle together.

Our trip calendar is below; see the Trip Resources page for things to help leaders, organizers and participants (you need to be signed in as a member to view).

Upcoming events

    • 22 Jul 2017
    • 07:30 - 18:00
    • Locarno Kayak Shed (east end of JSCA compound)
    • 5

    Sorry, but this event is now sold out. You can join the waitlist and we will send you an email when additional spaces become available.

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    This day trip will go the Lighthouse Park.

    Estimate distance is around 15 miles(25km) return.

    Members who like to join must have done some longer distance paddle(Wreck Beach, Stanley Park, the Bell) in this season already and you should able to make a average speed 2-3nm(4-6km) per hour. 

    You should as well be comfortable  with long crossings and bigger waves if the wind picks up at the crossing.

    Crossing will take around 1,5-2,5 hours, depending on conditions.

    This is not a beginner/novice trip !

    Final decision will made on that morning.

    Please don’t make plans for the early evenings as 6pm could be realistic.

    What to bring:

    Wet suite, food for lunch, snack(for on the water), sun cream, hat, lots of drinking water.

    • 28 Jul 2017
    • 18:30 - 20:00
    • JSCA Members Lounge

    We are in the organization stage of a major kayak expedition along the Salish Sea Marine Trail.  The entire  journey could take 15-19 days launching August 28th, but it is feasible to do part of it.  If you are interested, please register to join us at a planning meeting on July 28th in the members lounge.

    Here is a possible route Salish Sea Marine Trail  To see more detail, you can download the file and open it using Google Earth.  Right-click on any daily segment in the description at left, and select Get Info, then Measurement, to see the paddling distance.

    Pre-requisites: Experience in overnight kayak trips, ability to paddle 15NM per day in moderate wind (10-15kn).

    Level: Level III
    Kayak Trip Rating System

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