Kari Anderson
Ken Campbell
John Inch
Marc Mahoney
The heart and soul of any outfitter is the guides that make up the staff. With this in mind, we've selected what we believe to be the finest and most talented group of men and woman to make sure your adventure is as enjoyable as possible. Although they come from different backgrounds, all our guides share a deep passion for the outdoors and a commitment to provide the very best service. Here's how we rank our guides and instructors based on training and experience:

Assistant Guide: Having completed our in-house training session, our Assistant Guides are well on their way to a career in leading groups of kayakers. Besides showing a talent for the 'hard' skills of kayaking, they are also selected for their personality's and 'soft' skills. All are required to have a Red Cross CPR and First Aid card.

Lead Guide: All our Lead Guides have experience in leading and managing groups of sea-kayakers. Many also guide in other outdoor activities as well. Navigation, tides-currents, and trip planning are just a few of skills that they have mastered. Must have a Wilderness First Aid & CPR card.

Expedition Guide: These guys/gals represent the 'best of the best'. All have considerable experience leading groups in extended trips and advanced paddling conditions, as well as having trained with organizations such as the British Canoe Union or the American Canoe Association. If you need a guide to take you to the edge of adventure, then we have have the professionals for you. Must have a Wilderness First Responder certification and formal training in wilderness group management.

Instructors: Passing on the joy of paddling is what motives our accredited instructors. Whether you need fundamental, surf, roll, or swift current skills, we have just the instructor to lead you to new levels of boat control. Red Cross First Aid and Instructors certificate.

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