- The only stretch of Class 3 whitewater rapids in Jasper
- Breathtaking views of Canadian Rockies
- Exclusive wild life - you can spot bald eagles, bears and the longest salmon migration in the world
I took my boyfriend with me, and it was fantastic. Neither of us had any experience with white water, so we found it to be great fun. However, like other reviewers say - it's not actually a 5 hour trip on the water, it's more so 1 hour to drive to B.C., 1 hour to drive back to Jasper, and another hour to talk about safety and wait for people to change etc. Despite this, I was wiped after and really enjoyed it. If you are debating on whether or not to go, do it!
Starting at the base of Mt Robson, the highest peak in the Rockies, you’ll embark on a 9 miles (14.4km) adventure down the Fraser River with experienced rafting guides to show you the ropes. A scenic stretch around Rearguard Falls provides a good opportunity to stretch your legs for a while and enjoy the spectacular views, before you head to the lower canyon, where the real whitewater awaits...
Get ready for some splashy fun as you take on the best rapids in western Canada - this adventure will put your energy and skill to the test, but look out for the photographer on the bank, there to catch you in action. Once you’re past the tough bit, you enter a gentle patch of water where you can take a refreshing dip, and keep your eyes open because it’s not uncommon to see bears and bald eagles here, as well as spawning salmon making their way upstream!