Guiding Companies

Banff Guide Service
Bio Banff Guide Service provides Japanese language guides for sightseeing and activities in the Mountain National Parks.
Banff Tour Service
Bio Established in 2001, Banff Tour Service specializes in Japanese-language hiking and sightseeing tours.
Bow Valley Canyon Tours
Bio Bow Valley Canyon Tours was born out of a passion for the outdoors and a desire to share unparalleled, once in a lifetime canyoning experiences.  Established in 2016, Bow Valley Canyon Tours was the first professional guiding company in the central rockies to offer canyoning trips. We were the first and we are still the best. Pioneering most of the canyons in the Central Rockies, we have hand picked some of the best canyoning experiences anywhere. Bow Valley Canyon Tours is a division of Canadian Wilderness School and Expeditions Ltd.
Buffalo Stone Woman
Bio Indige-Scape Tours: Canadian Rocky Mountains is home to many Indigenous peoples of this country. You will explore our unique culture and also some of the most beautiful sceneries ranging from the Foothills, the towering peaks of the mountains, crystal blue lakes and awe-inspiring waterfalls.
Canadian Rockies Experience
Bio Canadian Rockies Experience is a Canmore based private tour guiding company grown from a passion for living and exploring the mountains that surround us and the desire to share these experiences
Company of Adventurers
Bio We Specialize in Educational Adventures! Company of Adventurers is committed to creating Outdoor Adventure and Environmental Education programs that are safe, rewarding and have a lasting impact on those who participate.
Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise
Bio The iconic Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise hotel is located in Banff National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and is recognized globally for progressive environmental stewardship and responsible tourism.
Bio From late May to early October, IceWalks provides guided glacier hikes on the Athabasca Glacier.
Bio Klahoose Wilderness Resort perches on the water’s edge in the temperate rain forest between BC’s Salish Sea and the Coast Mountains. Located on a remote channel named Thee chum mi yich – meaning further back inside (Homfray Channel) in the calm waters Desolation Sound just north of BC's Sunshine Coast and east of Vancouver Island. Located in the heart of the Klahoose Nation traditional territory, the resort reflects the welcoming spirits and cultural traditions, as well as immersive connections with nature and wildlife.  ​ The resort is owned by the Klahoose First Nation and we offer grizzly bear viewing tours and immersive marine and terrestrial wildlife viewing throughout the traditional lands of the toq qaymɩxʷ (Klahoose) People. toq qaymɩxʷ lands span from Cortes Island, opposite Quadra Island near Campbell River, to Toba Inlet. Working with neighbours of the χʷɛmaɬkʷu (Homalco), kwɑːkjʊtəl (Kwakiutl), and ɬəʔamɛn qaymɩxʷ (Tla’amin) Nations,   Klahoose Wilderness Resort tours are primarily led by our Klahoose guides. These guides are culturally trained and share legends, stories, language, and songs. While the focus on eco-adventure tours from May through August shifts to grizzly viewing tours from late-August until mid-October, their commitment to stewardship and community weaves through everything we do.   The resort first opened in 2021, Klahoose Wilderness Resort is becoming Canada's newest Indigenous eco-resort. The intimate 6,100-square foot cedar timber structure can accommodate 14 to 22 guests among four spacious Lodge Rooms in the main Lodge and three private one and two-bedroom cedar Cabins. ​ Klahoose Wilderness Resort offers 3 and 4 night all-inclusive wildlife and cultural packages from May to October. Stays include accommodation, all meals, tours Indigenous activities, use of kayaks, paddle boards, hiking trails. Accessible by water or air only with boat transfer from Lund or Powell River or connecting flights from Campbell River or Vancouver, BC.  ​ We extend a warm welcome and much gratitude. We wish you safe travels and hope you enjoy your time with us. Welcome to our home. qʷaga hošt come on lets go...
Tamarack Outdoors
Bio The Tamarack is South Alberta's source for all things outdoors!
Timberwolf Tours
Bio Multi-day camping or hotel based tour packages filled with guided day hikes, sightseeing and top notch interpretation.
Trappers Hill
Bio Trappers Hill's Campground has 10 cabins 1 log cabin and 5 teepees and are proud to offer an amazing healing retreat and 18 horses to pick from and ride around the beautiful Ghost River valley.
Voshaar Outdoor & Education
Bio Located in the Netherlands, Voshaar Outdoor & Education offer outdoor sports programs like rock climbing, white water kayaking, and orienteering, as well as, outdoor instructor courses.
Walks and Talks Jasper
Bio Join Paula Beauchamp, owner of Walks and Talks Jasper and lifetime Jasper resident, on an informative guided adventure in Jasper National Park.
White Mountain Adventures
Bio White Mountain Adventures offers activities in Banff, Lake Louise, Canmore/Kananaskis and beyond, including guided public and private hiking, larch hiking, heli-hiking, guided e-bike tours, multiday hiking programs, snowshoeing activities, nature tours, and walking tours.