I followed my heart in the summer of 2016 and made a big cross country move from Nashville, TN to Bellingham, WA. Urged on by friends who said the Pacific Northwest was a healing place, I packed up my small car with just the essentials and took a huge leap of faith. I knew I wanted to work for myself, and after much soul searching and asking myself, "What are you passionate about?", the one thing that kept ringing in my ears was kayaking. All I had to do was look on the map of Bellingham, and I could see it was a paddler's paradise. There was much to learn, so I spent every moment I could of my first summer in Bellingham on the water. I can't wait to get out and show you all the beautiful places I've discovered!
Hi, I’m Hannah! I am originally from Tampa, FL, but have come to fall in love with the Western states as I have been exploring them for a few years now! I moved to Bellingham in May of 2021 from Fraser, Colorado. Guiding people on adventures has become a passion of mine and I will be obtaining my Masters in Tourism Management next year from CSU. When I’m not sharing the beautiful scenes around Bellingham Bay with you I can most likely be found mountain biking on Galbraith, skiing up at Mt. Baker, hiking up a number of trails with my dog, playing beach volleyball, or catching a ferry to explore one of the San Juan Islands. I look forward to meeting a multitude of new people and sharing the wonders that come with exploring the outdoors!
Hello! My name is Amber, and this is my first year kayak guiding. Usually I ride bikes in the summer, but discovered sea kayaking last year and have been trying to get back on the water ever since. When I'm not recreating, I'm probably at work at the hospital or hanging at a local brewery or cidery. I'm also WFR-certified. I love being able to share the beauty of our region in different ways: leading beginner mountain bike rides and now from off the shores of the Salish Sea.
Guide / Camp Counselor
Austin is a first year guide from Enumclaw, WA. Austin went to Western Washington University and majored in Biology, and is grateful to consider Bellingham a true “second home”. An experienced outdoor educator and guide, Austin enjoys biking, bread-making, and running around Bellingham on his time off. Talk to him about birds!