Norm Hann Expeditions and our Howe Sound Tours and Coffee Runs are excited to be featured in Vancouver Suns Top 10 Thrills in the Sea to Sky Corridor. To experience Howe Sound and our standup paddleboarding experiences visit our Paddle Squamish Page on our website.
Norm Hann Expeditions and our standup paddleboarding programs are excited to be featured in Hello BC’s list of 12 Unique Experiences along the Sea to Sky Corridor. If you are interested in one of our tours and exploring Howe Sound sign up for one of our Paddle Squamish paddling programs. See here for the full
“SQUAMISH IS A SMALL TOWN in British Columbia, about an hour north of Vancouver. It’s a town that many visitors pass right through without even realizing, as it’s on the way from Vancouver to Whistler. If you’re into outdoor adventure, skipping it would be a huge mistake. I spent a few days in Squamish and
Both Jen and I love getting out with our son Kiel on the local waterways, specifically the new Sea to Sky Marine Trail on Howe Sound, right here in Squamish. Kiel absolutely loves being on the paddleboard with us and travelling to campsites that are nearby. The sup provides and amazing vantage point for children
I am honoured this year to be part of the Vancouver team paddling Monster and Sea’s 24, a 24 hr paddle to raise money for those local families struggling with cancer. The 24 was created by Troy Nebeker of Monster & Sea as another way to give back to those families and individuals in need
Join Norm Hann Expeditions and Sea to Sky Air for this incredible alpine lake standup paddleboard experience. Our trip leaves from the Squamish airport where our inflatable paddleboards will be loaded up for a stunning and scenic 20 minute flight through the Tantalus Range on our way to remote and beautiful Phantom Lake. Once there
SUP THE MAG Cold climates breed hardy folks. The weather dictates how they live their lives. But there are always those special souls who venture out regardless of the conditions. Norm Hann is among the hardy. And he faces winter’s worst with a paddle in is hands. “I take pride in being a Canadian paddler”
Just a big thanks to Will Taylor from SUP the Mag for featuring me in their Beginner’s Guide issue. I have really enjoyed combining my passion for standup paddle boarding with my passion for teaching and having the opportunity to share those passions with clients I am fortunate enough to instruct. Thanks to all of