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Rafting in British Columbia
British Columbia offers a range of rafting options, from milder and shorter trips to epic full-day and multi-day adventures. The scenery in British Columbia is one of a kind and by getting out on the river you will experience some of the most unique and breathtaking views in the region.
Start of with a gentle introduction into BC Rafting on the Cheakamus River. This glacier fed river is nestled in old growth forest and is surrounded by towering peaks. Rafting on grade 1-2 rapids this river is perfect for families with younger children.
The Elaho river has many wonderful features; forest, glaciers, waterfalls and exciting grade 3-4 rapids including the infamous “Devils Elbow” section. Suitable for both beginners and experienced rafters alike, keep a lookout for the local wildlife.
Near Smithers in Northern BC, the Babine river offers an opportunity to view the fishing grizzly bears whilst taking on grade 3-4 rapids. The Babine offers a mix of deep canyons and exciting splashes on a fast-flowing river with some epics mountain views.
Rafting through the Ice Age in the Yukon, Northern British Columbia and Alaska
For a once in a lifetime rafting experience look no further than the Tatshenshini and Alsek Rivers that flow through Yukon, Northern BC, and into Alaska.
The Tatshenshini river allows you to relax as you take in panoramic views of mountain vistas as well as experience the fantastic colours of the river caused by glacial sediment.
You then can meet the Alsek river which leads you to Alsek Lake, a magnificent site as it is filled with floating icebergs. The Tatshenshini-Aslek river trip is the #1 rated river journey in the world by National Geographic.