Matt Edwards

Mountaineering and Kayaking Guide
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Matt loves exploring! Wanting to find out what’s around the next corner or at the top of the next mountain has enticed Matt to some of the most remote destinations on the planet.

For more than a decade he has organised and conducted custom adventures for keen expeditioners from across the globe. leading them on; kayaking expeditions to Iceland, Greenland, Svalbard, Antarctica, Fiji, Norway, Papua New Guinea, Alaska and British Columbia, skiing expeditions to Iceland, Antarctica, Russia, Kyrgyzstan, Norway, Greenland and Canada, and surfing expeditions to Morocco, West Papua and Northern Vancouver Island.    

Matt started his career in adventure by taking the Thompson Rivers University Degree in Adventure Studies. He is a certified Backcountry Ski guide through the Association of Canada Mountain Guides and a certified Sea Kayak Guide through the Sea Kayak Guides Alliance of British Columbia and a Surf Instructor through the Canadian Surf Association.                                                                                                                                                                                    

Matt tones down his adventurous travels in his sleepy home town of Ucluelet on the West Coast of British Columbia, where he spends his summers relaxing and surfing, and the Canadian winters working as a Heli Skiing Guide with Last Frontier Heli skiing or preparing for his spring ski touring expeditions. (If you can call that relaxing!) 

Matt is excited to welcome you onboard and looks forward to the sharing his genuine passion for adventure, keen sense of humour and love of life, as you discover some of the most wonderful wilderness areas on the planet together.

Matt's Destinations

Matt's Expeditions

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    Expedition - Jewels of the Arctic

    Jewels of the Arctic

    14 or 15 DAYS from AU$8,900 per person

    Halfway between Spitsbergen and Iceland, East Greenland’s coastline invites you to explore its breathtaking environment made of the world’s largest icebergs, welcoming Inuit communities and diverse fauna and flora.

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