This four day course builds on the skills acquired in the level 1 course by refining previously introduced skills and introducing new ones such as rolling and paddling in more dynamic conditions.
This course will be 2 days in Deep Cove from 9am-5pm and 2 days in more challenging waters such as the Howe Sound Area. It runs on either 2 consecutive weekends or 4 straight days.
$649 (plus GST) – does NOT include kayak rental
$749 (plus GST) – including kayak rental
Dates & Times
Weekends: 9 am – 5 pm
May 18-19 & May 25-26
June 1-2 & June 8-9
July 6-7 & July 13 & 14
August 8-9 & August 15 & 16
Weekdays: 9 am – 5 pm
This course covers a broad range of skills and is not suitable for a first time paddler, as such the following prerequisite skills/experience must be met.
- Paddle Canada Level-1 Skills certification or equivalent skill and knowledge.
- Experience: At least 3, one day long, kayaking trips in different locations.
- Wilderness First Aid (16 hours) with CPR strongly recommended.
What to Bring
Students should come prepared to be outside and on the water all day.
Immersion gear is mandatory for the course. Deep Cove Kayak can provide a wetsuit for the course, subject to availability.
The course fee includes instruction, participants are responsible for providing their own kayak, relevant safety equipment and camping supplies.
Deep Cove Kayak can rent a kayak to participants for the reduced rate of $100 plus tax for the duration of the course.
Food for the duration of the course is not supplied.
If you need more info on what to wear or bring with you check out our What to Bring page.
If you need additional info on our safety or cancellation policies, check out our Additional Info page.
If you have any other questions, see if they are already answered on our FAQ page or call us at 604.929.2268.