With more than a decade of experience here in the Canadian Rockies I have a passion for the mountains and like nothing more than sharing that passion with others. I practice Leave No Trace ethics and it is my goal to foster a better appreciation and understanding of our natural environment by connecting people to the landscape. My good nature and sense of humor make me an easy travelling companion on long and short trips alike.
I am a certified by both the Association of Canadian Mountain Guides and the Interpretive Guides Association, I also have an Advanced Wilderness First Aid Certification. I am continuously adding to my skills, experience and knowledge.
For any and all trips I put the safety and enjoyment of my guests first. Transportation can be arranged and recommendations made about local dining, accommodations, other activities and facilities.
Requests for larger groups can be accommodated.
Please bear with me as I am often away from internet and cell reception. I look forward to connecting with you as soon as possible.
A Recent Review of this guide
Greg was a wonderfully insightful and accommodating guide. Our group of 5 adults had one day for our Banff experience. Greg toured us around for a full day in his new van. He took us to places less traveled and more beautiful. He dropped us off at each sight with instructions of where to go while he parked, so we never wasted a moment. He was a font of outdoors information and anecdotes. He even has a day tour he calls "Fondue with a View" Our group gives Greg ten thumbs up.
ACMG Hiking Guide - Association of Canadian Mountain Guides
IGA Apprentice Interpretive Guide - Interpretive Guides Association
Advanced Wilderness First Aid - Rocky Mountain Adventure Medicine
Terrain free of alpine hazards. Examples of alpine hazards include:
o Areas of extensive rockfall hazard
o 3rd/4th/5th class terrain
o Snow avalanches
o Glacier travel