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Therapeutic adventure

Rejuvenating outdoor adventure trips for veterans and first responders. Led by experienced military personnel with backgrounds in outdoor adventure, you will learn new skills, overcome challenges, and make new connections. You will notice increased self confidence, and self reliance, and experience improvements in your moods and compassion.


peer support

One of the biggest challenges facing our warriors today is the loss of their teams, and support networks, as they transition between jobs, postings, and releases. Re-connect with other like minded individuals and rebuild those support networks and friendships that we all know make a great impact on our health, and our ability to be stress free at work. 




Spending time in nature is proven to be a great benefit to our overall well-being. From improving sleep patterns, decreasing depression and anxiety, and improving concentration and creative thinking. Take a pause, slow down, put down your phone, and join us for a week in the great Canadian wilderness. It will put our lives in perspective relative to the larger world.

Our Team


Our team at Warrior Adventures Canada are all military veterans with backgrounds in outdoor adventure. Every member of our team has embodied our organizations core ethos of community, shared responsibility, and hard work. All of our guides are experienced leaders, have a passion for adventure, and a love of the outdoors. Come as we continue to go on adventures, build friendships, and create personal growth. Our team is certified and recognized by Wilderness Medical Association, Rescue 3 International, and the Canadian Red Cross



Executive Director | Canoe guide 



Development Director | Climbing guide



Chief Financial Officer | Canoe guide


As a not-for-profit organization Warrior Adventures Canada works with its participants to be able to cover all or some of the costs of our programming. We also work with and accept referrals of participants who come with funding already approved by their health care providers, Veterans Affairs Canada, or other charitable foundations.