About

Welcome to Coast Ropes and Rescue ‚Äď your anchor point and source for products and knowledge for Canadian Rope Professionals!

At Coast Ropes and Rescue, we are more than just a supplier ‚Äď we are your dedicated ally in the dynamic world of rope access and rescue. As a 100% British Columbia-owned and employee-operated company, our roots run deep in the Canadian landscape. Our team comprises Search and Rescue (SAR) trained professionals with over a decade of expertise in International Rope Access Trade Association (IRATA) and Society of Professional Rope Access Technicians (SPRAT) training.

We proudly offer an extensive selection of top-selling brands and cutting-edge products, ensuring that you are equipped with the latest technologies in the industry.

Why choose Coast Ropes and Rescue?

  • Products in-stock
  • Competitive pricing
  • Shipping from Vancouver
  • Specialization in outfitting teams and¬†complex quotes

OUR GUARANTEE 

proven process

*Response and order delivery during usual business hours. Delivery time based on location.

OUR SALES TEAM 

 

RYAN LEWIS

Coast Ropes co-founder, Ryan Lewis, started his journey as a First Responder at the age of 16 when he volunteered with the Canadian Coast Guard Auxiliary (RCMSAR) unit 14 in Gibsons. He has also volunteered with Sunshine Coast Search and Rescue, and Ontario Provincial Parks.

Ryan is an IRATA SPRAT Rope Access Technician with training in technical rope rescue, conÔ¨Āned space, swiftwater, PPE inspection as well as product-speciÔ¨Āc training from leading manufacturers.¬†

With over a decade experience providing equipment to SAR teams, fire departments, military and individuals, Ryan knows how to outÔ¨Āt your team with the gear you need.¬†

SAR teams, Government & Military

ANNA THRELFALL

Anna Threlfall has spent the last four years specializing in the marine industry. After a fulfilling sales career, Anna decided it was time to pursue her passions and apply her experiences. Working as a Marine Wildlife Naturalist and Deckhand, it didn’t take long for her to realize she wanted to do more and become more specialized. Anna became an avid professional diver instructor and currently volunteers with RCM-SAR Station 5 in White Rock.

Anna wants to learn and grow in this new role. Her aim is to continue to help others, learn and gain new skills. Anna is enthusiastic to apply her experience and knowledge to help find the right solutions for your team in a dynamic and changing environment.

Fire, Marine Rescue