I'll be picking you up at 7am at the Coquitlam Skytrain station and we will be driving into the beautiful Fraser Valley (aka Sasquatch country) along the scenic Hwy 7 towards Harrison Hot Springs. We will stop at several scenic photo locations along the way for landscape photo shoots. At the Harrison Hot Springs area, we'll leave the paved road and entering the rough gravel back road system to continue deep into the famous and mysterious rain forest. We are now "off the grid" in the middle of the wild Sasquatch country. Most of the recent Sasquatch sightings and vocalizations have been witnessed in this intimidating but also breathtakingly beautiful wilderness. We will be exploring several sighting spots in the area and we will have a rustic outdoor picnic around lunchtime surrounded by nature, wildlife and potentially under the eyes of the Sasquatch. While having lunch in nature, I will be reading stories about Sasquatch encounters and we can review books, maps and research material. Depending on the weather conditions, we can have photo sessions, or continue our adventure in the wild. In the afternoon, we spend some time in Harrison Hot Springs / visiting the museum in Harrison Hot Springs or having a Sasquatch Burger (not included) in a pub on the way home. I'll be dropping you off at the Coquitlam Skytrain Station when we return.
I am an experienced wildlife tour guide living in Metro Vancouver for more than a decade. I am fascinated by and therefore constantly exploring the wilderness and back road system in the Fraser Valley. During summer, I take guests out to wildlife hikes in Metro Vancouver where we see black bears, eagles and other wildlife. I am also a passionate photographer and will be taking professional, high quality pictures on my tours. The safety of my guests is my priority on all my tours and I'll have first aid & survival equipment on me and safety procedures in place to face any situation in the wild.
Nissan Rogue 4x4 SUV
Survival and outdoor
You're not allowed to go on any back road with a rental car. Only 4x4 vehicles, equipped with special off road tires are capable to master these forest roads and sometimes slippery and then dangerous trails. We'll be off the grid! No civilization, no Internet, no cellphone reception and sometimes even GPS won't work! You really want to have a trustworthy local guide on your side in this wilderness. If anything goes wrong, I know what to do!
最多可有3位年满12周岁的参与者参加。 You should be comfortable travelling by car and driving on rugged and curvy back roads. Please take your medication if you have motion sickness. It is also advisable to wear or bring outdoor footwear for wet and rough terrain.
Weather appropriate clothing
It's a road trip and it can be rough and sometimes be a bumpy ride on the back roads. You need to be comfortable sitting in a car and should not be scared in the wilderness without cellphone coverage.
Fraser Valley & Sasquatch photo-roadtrip