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Trip Information
Name: BOWEN TO ANVIL ISLAND
Starts: Sat Aug 20, 2022
Return: Sun Aug 21, 2022

Registration opens: Wed Jul 06, 2022
Event category: Backpacking Trip
Difficulty grade: C2  [?]
For members only: No
Screening used: Yes
Max participants: 8

Organizer: Marie Amante
Profile info:
Trip Planning Questions

Tell me about your open water/ocean kayak experience and trips you have done in the past. Training you have. Rescue skills.

Tell me how this trip works in terms of distance, where to park the boats on Anvil Island, what the hike looks like and where the campgrounds are on Gambier?

What does team work mean to you?

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Participant Information

You: have ocean kayak experience and understand tides/currents/wind. You have good paddling stamina, are able to manage in a single kayak in open water, hike, and have backcountry camping experience with a kayak. You have the gear, skills in a rescue situation, and a good attitude. 

The Trip: Ferry to Bowen Island early morning, kayak to Anvil Island, hike to the top, kayak to Gambier Island, camp, and return back to Bowen Island the following day. 

This trip is NOT for newbies

Zoom meeting to be scheduled for trip planning week of August 8th. You will be expected to attend.

Kayak Rentals: If accepted into the trip, I will share kayak rental details if you don't have your own gear. 

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