Get ready to paddle our 36ft, 18 passenger Nootkan tribal canoe and enjoy
some of the finest scenery in the Salish Sea. We’ll see Mt Rainier, Mt Baker and the Seattle Skyline on our way to Blakely Rock or Blakely Harbor. Depending on the tides there will be time to explore tide pools, keep an eye out for bald eagles, harbor seals or float in the old mill pond.
No experience necessary. Meet at Back of Beyond Boat House in Waterfront Park 10am-1pm
Adults: $39, Children 10-15 years $25
Join us for a magical blend of moonlight, water and Voyager Canoeing.
We’ll head out as the sun begins to set and then explore the area under a
Explore the dynamic shoreline of our harbor, it’s rich history, scenic beauty
and abundant wildlife. Otters, harbor seals and shorebirds are just some of
the highlights as you and your guide leisurely paddle one of our Tribal Canoes
for a 2 hour getaway.
Kayak or canoe from island to island, follow the shoreline with
seabirds and seals or paddle one of the lakes or rivers on the
Olympic Peninsula. We offer a wide range of tours through some
of the most spectacular paddling areas in the Northwest.
Destinations include: Blake Island, Blakely Rocks,
Blakely Harbor, Hood Canal, Black River, Lake Crescent,
and Agate Passage.
Bring sunglasses, sunscreen, hat, windbreaker or rain jacket,
water bottle, snacks or lunch. It’s also a good idea to bring a change of clothes
Half day adults: $50, kids 10-15years $35
Full day adults: $90, kids 10-15years $75
Age 12 and up. Mixing tradition with the present, participants will paddle the
West Coast Big Canoe (fits 18) from the Suquamish boat ramp and head to
Bainbridge’s North West side to explore the ancient petroglyphs only exposed
during low tide. Back of Beyond instructors will discuss the history of the site
as well as theories of its meaning. After returning, we’ll enjoy pizzas, salads,
and drinks at Bella Luna Pizzeria for lunch. Price includes boats, equipment,
and food. A parent or guardian must attend on trip. Meet at Suquamish boat ramp.