The ROAM Rant - Musings on the state of adventure travel

Iceland is Open for Business

While the ROAM Iceland trips are already beginning to fill up for 2022, we are delighted to let you know the country just reopened to travellers NOW in 2021. Visitors are now welcome to Iceland if you can show proof of COVID-19 vaccination. This is exciting news and we are ramping up for the demand, […]

See what FORBES has to say about ROAM’s Alaska trip!

Legendary travel writer, Everett Potter, gave us two thumbs up on our new Alaskan Lodge & Flying Safari. The FORBES article highlighted the uniqueness of the program and our adventures in general. Everett agrees with our assertion that most visitors who visit Alaska rarely get past cruise terminals, gift shops and scenic bus/train rides. In […]

What the heck is a via Ferrata?

People are asking what the heck is a via ferrata? Three of ROAM’s newest programs have optional via ferrata experiences as part of the itinerary. This activity can be found as part of our Lakes District Multisport in central Chile as well as both our heli-adventures in Western Canada (BC Mountain Heli Adventure and Paddles […]

Glamping with Bears

Here’s a nice article from Rachel Kristensen: Routine is the enemy of time. It’s a phrase I’ve grown to love in my quest of trying something new. Often, I find myself seeking continual adventures in order to ensure monotony doesn’t get the best of me. So when we found out through Glampinghub.com  (glamorous camping = glamping) about a luxury safari […]

Into the Wild – Alaska’s Wildest Trip

Our 11-day Tatshenshini-Alsek trip traverses the wildest parts of the Yukon, British Columbia and Southeast Alaska. This 190-mile expedition journeys through the world’s largest protected wilderness spanning 22 million hectares. Arguably the most scenic river trip on the planet, you will be immersed in a primeval land that is beyond description. The “Tat”, as it’s […]

The Concert

The Concert

Everyone has heard of Woodstock and Carnegie Hall and we’ve even fished with Roger waters of Pink Floyd  – but few have seen Odell Fox at Big Fish.  Last summer James Ramsay of Skytography shot a music video at ROAM’s favourite heli-hiking spot.  We’ll let the music do the talking… Big Fish is a magical […]

Orca Camp – basecamp kayaking in total comfort

For me, the Johnstone Strait conjures up countless images of orcas spy hopping, breaching, finning and tail lobbing while just a stones throw from my kayak – and this is for good reason. These waters are the most dependable in the world for observing and paddling with these powerful but gentle orcas. Orca Camp is […]

Paddle BC with National Geographic Explorer, Todd Wells

Kayak The Chilko-Chilcotin-Fraser River with Todd Wells! This August 20-27, legendary professional kayaker, Todd Wells, will be hosting a crazy week of paddling on the Chilko River system.  Todd is co-owner of Mountain Mind Collective, a video production company with a focus on adventure films.  MMC videos have been featured through Red Bull Media House, National Geographic, […]

Top Five Reasons to Challenge the Chilko River

# 1 – Best Whitewater The Chilko offers the longest stretch of continuous whitewater in North America.  Raft for mile upon mile in azure blue, exciting class IV that’s so pristine you can even drink it. # 2 Music to Your Ears By popular demand, Odell-Fox is returning to the Chilko for our July 16-23 adventure. […]

Uncharted Territory – by Larry Pynn

Read part Two of writer Larry Pynn’s Cycle Canada article about his 2500 -km motorcycle journey in the backwoods of British Columbia.  A stop at Bear Camp is an integral part of any backcountry experience in Western Canada.  Talk about immersing yourself in the “real” Canada versus hanging out in carbon copy resorts. Cycle Canada […]