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Wild FlowersHiking at its finestParaglide

Wild Flowers

Along with spectacular views the wild flowers abound

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Hiking at its finest

Hike up to the old fire look out

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Paraglide down to Silverton or New Denver

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Welcome to Idaho Peak Shuttle, your route to spectacular mountain biking, hiking, views and paragliding.

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Idaho Peak Shuttle

Idaho Peak Shuttle provides a comfortable, stress free, shuttle service from the Village of New Denver to the parking areas on Silver Ridge for accessing the spectacular Idaho Peak Lookout Trail. Two daily shuttles depart Knox Hall, New Denver taking you east along Highway 31A. Turning off the paved highway we continue along a 17 […]

About Us

My name is John Matthews. I live in Silverton, B.C. & I operate Idaho Peak Shuttle. I am a professional driver, hold a Class 1 Drivers License with over 28 years experience, & licensed as a ‘Passenger Operator’ with the Province of British Columbia. Idaho Peak Lookout is a disused Forest Service fire tower situated at […]

Shuttle Schedule & Rates

July – October Daily Runs: Wednesday to Sunday 9:00am and 1:00pm Please note : minimum seat requirment per trip  4 persons,max 8 due to COVID -19 It is advisable to Pre- book on-line where you can see remaining seats available & whether the 4 seats minimum has been meet. otherwise please call ahead to confirm departure times. […]

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Idaho Peak Shuttle Cell (250) 505-4368 email info@IdahoPeakShuttle.ca 306-Fourth St., Silverton, British Columbia V0G2B0  

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Shuttle news for June 25, 2016

Snow going fast,looking like July 8,2016 kick off fingers crossed.will keep posting cheers,

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Daily runs Wednesday to Sunday 9:00 am and 1:00 pm with cleanings in between runs.

Min 4ppl / Max 6ppl social distancing

All passengers must have face coverings and not be sick.

Posted in the van my COVID 19 Safety plan, these are the steps that we all now need to follow for the foreseeable future.

  • Wash your hands regularly, including after re-fueling, after each client interaction, before eating, and at the beginning and end of every shift with soap and water for 20 seconds or hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol. Keep soap and water or hand sanitizer in your vehicle to allow for this
  • Clean the vehicle after each passenger trip, such as sanitizing surfaces and interior/exterior door handles. Do this immediately after passengers exit the vehicle
  • Keep windows open as much as possible when transporting passengers to allow for air circulation
  • Limit the number of passengers in a vehicle and have them sit as far from the driver and other passengers as possible to support physical distancing. Family groups can sit together in the back seats
  • Exchange payment outside of the vehicle and promote the use of tap or phone payments (if applicable)
  • Sanitize all shared spaces of the vehicle at the end of your shift, including the steering wheel, gear shifter, dashboard, and electronic devices

These best practices are consistent with the advice of our provincial health officer, Dr. Bonnie Henry. These simple measures can greatly reduce the risk of transmission of COVID-19

Thank you, everyone, we can beat this together.    John