Daily Guided Hikes

Maximize your time in the hills with a hiking guide…

We offer daily guided hikes on and off trails In the diverse mountain ranges of British Columbia’s interior. Here lie the majestic and remote Monashee,  Selkirk and Purcell mountains. Experience walking far from the crowd in pristine wilderness in the West Kootenays near Nelson, Kaslo, New Denver and Rossland. Enjoy walking on ridges or in alpine meadows, while soaking in extensive mountain views. If you are lucky, you may discover signs of wildlife and unique flowers that exist in the high alpine zone. Browse our intro to advanced day hiking programs below and contact us if you have any questions.


Browse our daily hiking programs

Throughout the summer months, Summit Mountain Guides offers daily guided hiking programs in the Nelson area and a variety of BC interior destinations. Please browse some of our regular venues below or contact us for a custom trip and more information.

Daily Guided Hikes
guided hikes

Alpine Hiking

For hikers seeking unique backcountry hikes, join a certified hiking guide for the day to walk in an alpine meadow, upon aesthetic ridges or through the lush forests of the Selkirk, Monashee and Purcell Mountains.

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Custom Backpacking Trips

Custom Backpacking Trips

We also offer custom backpacking programs tailored to individuals or groups interested in a specific location in Western Canada or worldwide. Here you will find the key logistics and information required for such trips. Organizing programs in little known and remote locations is one of our forte.

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Heli-Access Hikes

Heli-Access Hikes

For those who have limited time and enjoy hiking in seclusion, consider a lift into the alpine. Helicopters offer a speedy access to a high elevation starting point.

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Interpretive hikes

Interpretive Hikes

Perfect for folks interested in learning about the environment they are traveling trough. Depending on the location and season, you will learn the unique stories behind the geology, biology and ecology linking plants to animals and elevation to critters.

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