Last updated: 2022-04-04
The health and safety of our families, communities, and clients is a top priority. We all need to do our part to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Our guided trips and workshops will follow all provincial and federal health authority directives.
Please read the following documentation before booking:
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Terms and Conditions
- Release of Liability, Waiver of Claims, Assumption of Risks and Indemnity Agreement
- Pre-Trip/Course Declaration of Health and Exposure to COVID-19
- Operational Guidelines and Safety Plan for COVID-19
We look forward to sharing the trails with you in 2022. Stay safe!
For Questions & Assistance
For up-to-date and accurate information on COVID-19 visit:
- Public Health Agency of Canada
- BC Centre for Disease Control
- Island Health
- Parks Canada
- BC Parks
- Johns Hopkins Case Map
- Association of Canadian Mountain Guides
Travel and COVID-19
Last updated: April 1, 2022
Make a plan to show proof of vaccination when travelling within Canada or leaving the country. If you’re not fully vaccinated, you should avoid all travel.
Federal requirements for travel
The Government of Canada requires all travellers 12 years and 4 months of age and older to be fully vaccinated and show proof of vaccination to use federally regulated methods of travel:
- Departing from any Canadian airport
- Travelling on VIA Rail and Rocky Mountaineer trains
- Staying on a non-essential passenger vessel for more than 24 hours (like a cruise ship)
- BC Ferries does not require proof of vaccination
You should get your federal COVID-19 proof of vaccination document before travelling inside or outside of Canada.
Note: You’re considered fully vaccinated 14 days after you get your second dose of vaccine.
Get your federal COVID-19 proof of vaccination document
The Government of Canada has created a federal COVID-19 proof of vaccination document for travel. You need it to travel within Canada and internationally. Travel agents will ask to see your federal COVID-19 proof of vaccination document and a piece of valid government photo ID.
Step 1: Print a copy of your document
Before you go on your trip, you must print a copy of your federal COVID-19 proof of vaccination document.
Leave enough time to check that your document is accurate and make corrections, if needed.
Step 2: Confirm document is accurate
If you notice something is wrong, update your information.
- The name on your document must match the name on your valid government ID. This is usually your passport
- Your birth date needs to be correct
- The details about your vaccination need to be correct
Travel between provinces and territories is allowed
Recreational travel within Canada is allowed. Wherever you travel, keep your group small and respect local communities.
You will need to show proof that you’re fully vaccinated to access some types of travel, businesses or services.