Explore one of

the last wild rivers
in British Columbia!

[button text=”Explore Now” link=”https://flexpeditions.com/lower-stikine-canoe-expeditions” style=”primary” size=”large” target=”_self” display=”inline” icon=”no”]




The Stikine River:

A Journey of a Lifetime

By Jessica Campbell

It has been said by many people, many times, that life is a journey.

Well, jumping aboard a two-week canoe trip with eight people I did not know to be flushed out into the ocean (and another country for that matter) was surely one way to explore what’s at the heart of this very statement.

“Don’t think about it!” she says to me in true Amy Flexman fashion over Facebook whilst I am live on-air at the very radio station we first met, “Just say yes!”

So I did.

Little did I know at the time, the world-class Stikine River is considered to be the “Grand Canyon” of Canada. Her constant hiss, almost inexplicable, is as though She is first and foremost telling you to quiet the mind, let-go, and simply float: Shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh. While agreeing to take part – to be an innocent observer, participant even – was unknowingly all I had to do to “arrive,” what happened along the way is what keeps me coming back. To the moments. To the memories…

To Flexpeditions.

It’s a story of a story of a story…
A waving of a waving of a waving…

So let’s just sit back and enjoy the ride.







The Preamble: Two Gals, One Canoe

Day One: The Warmest of Icebreakers

Day Two: The Hip and Happening

Day Three: The Floating Anchor

Day Four: When in Telegraph Creek

Day Five: A Lifetime of Lessons

Day Six: From Light to Heavy, Heavy to Light

Day Seven: Backwards Hat, Forward Thinking  

Day Eight: At the End of Every Rainbow

Day Nine: Frozen Words of Silence

Day Ten: In and Out

Day Eleven: Getting Cozy with the Angelic Auntie Oova  

Day Twelve: It Really Is…

Day Thirteen: Jet Boat, Jet Back






Jessica Campbell[/span11]

Taking a Break

Thank you for your kindness, love & support over the years, but Flexpeditions will be closing for a break… to actually get back to more family time and nature.

We have absolutely loved all of the people who came on adventures with us over the last decade and all of the support from the Flexpeditions fans. And to those who doubted us – we made big things happen – we spent time connecting people in the outdoors to themselves, each other and their surroundings through adventure & outdoor education.

We offered programs and gave awesome adventure jobs to Revy folk for 10 years- a decade! We taught lots of kids how to climb, put people out in the water, and equipped the new generation with great foundational survival skills… in the forest or in life!

Amy Flexman