Experience a tailored, behind the scenes tour of Kaslo, full of stories, anecdotes, and laughs.
If you’ve ever wanted to know what makes a small-town tick, this is your chance! Join your host, Kaslo raconteur Randy Morse as he grants you an intimate look at what life is really like in Kaslo, BC; a.k.a Alpine Nirvana. Based on your interests, Randy will tailor a tour for you — it may involve a stroll around town, meeting some interesting locals, sampling some local food and/or beverages, or even a non-strenuous hike along a beach or shady forest trail. Regardless of the activities you choose, he’ll regale you with tales of what it’s like to live in a small, isolated village in the 21st century. Be one of the few who really get to know the place — its nooks and crannies, its eccentric, resilient residents and their favourite haunts. By the end of your tour, you’ll have become an honorary Kaslovian — and be proud of it!
Warning: after this tour you may not want to leave!
Details/Good to Know:
- Length of time: 3 hours
- Physical challenge rating: Low to Medium (depending on your choice of activity)
- Food, drinks and snacks will be available to purchase
- Families welcome with kids over the age of 8
- Tailored and guided tour of Kaslo—anecdotes, conversation, and plenty of laughs!
- 8 persons max*
- Please contact us for private or special group bookings
- Pricing: $50/person plus GST, kids ages 8-12 free
*A minimum number of guests from one or multiple groups are required for this experience to be offered. Please see Small Print.
About Randy Morse, Experience Provider
His published works include The Mountains of Canada, Canada The Mountains, Oregon the Coast, The Naked Mountain, and Man Up. He is the recipient of the Friends of Canadian Broadcasting’s Dalton Camp Award for his writing on democracy and the media, and is currently working on two novels.
Randy’s long-running weekly radio show, Radio Free Kaslo, is enjoyed by listeners across Canada and around the world. He founded the Kaslo Institute, and is Director of Communications for the BC Rural Centre. He’s Media Manager for the world-famous Kaslo Jazz Festival, is in two bands, and lives with his equally accomplished wife, Janet, a dog, two cats, and two of the world’s hardiest goldfish.