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National Truth & Reconciliation Day

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National Truth & Reconciliation Day

In honour of our first National Truth & Reconciliation Day, and to allow our staff and customers to take the time to reflect and educate themselves on Indigenous issues and peoples here in Canada, we have decided to close our … Read More

Kayak Trip Tips

Handy Kayaking Resources

Whether you need to know how to successfully kayak tour, or what to wear when kayaking on a day trip, having a resource can be handy to inform safe trips. Our waterfront location Jericho Beach Kayak has a wonderful resource … Read More

Penguin Plunge 2021

Penguin Plunge 2021

    Penguin Plunge At Home 2021 🐧 #penguinplungeathome2021 📷 The world is very different right now and our annual Penguin Plunge will be different too! And, for those of you that thought you had avoided a cold plunge this … Read More

School Group Buses Notice

We are thrilled to be welcoming back school groups to Deep Cove Kayak this Autumn. Schools are back in session and are taking the opportunity this September and October to take part in outdoor activities. Now more than ever, outdoor … Read More

Virtual TNR

  SEE RACE RESULTS & REGISTER VTNR TIMES HERE   To find out what the next race entails, check the content posted on any of the following platforms: DCK – VTNR Facebook Group DCK – Youtube DCK – Instagram Coast … Read More

COVID-19 Statement

COVID-19 Precautions As you’re no doubt aware, with the spread of COVID-19, we’re working through a difficult time together. In this time of limited social interaction, if we act conscientiously and cautiously, we can get through this together! We are … Read More

TNR #22 Cascadia Double ‘No Cup’ Cup

Welcome back, everyone! The days are getting shorter, and we only have a few races left. Who else agrees that summer is to short around here. We could use at least a couple more months of this weather… That being … Read More

TNR #21 Tight N Bright

Walking into Deep Cove last Tuesday was quite the sight. For a moment I thought I had walked into a grade 12 tight and bright part but no… It was fully grown men and women dressing up for a kayak … Read More

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