Canadian Rafting Adventures, British Columbia - Dates: August to September
River Rafting Adventures
An adventure of a lifetime, deep in the heart of Canada
Experience the best white water river rafting British Columbia, the Yukon and Alaska have to offer with Canadian Rafting Adventures’ hand-picked guides.
Known as “the river of the grizzlies” the Babine River is considered one of the last unspoiled river rafting trips in British Columbia.
This is expedition rafting at its best. During this 6 day trip, you’ll raft through thick forests and narrow, intimate canyons, keeping an eye out for the magnificent grizzly bear on the banks of the river.
You’ll experience thrills and splashes as your guide navigates over big waves and through dramatically tight constrictions
Take in this experience of a lifetime on rivers edge and let the peaceful river serenade you to sleep in premium tents. Be amazed as your guide masterfully creates epic, artisanal meals on the shoreline, Mother Nature’s gourmet kitchen
The Babine is one of the major tributaries of the Skeena and cuts through a wild and remote section of the Coast Mountain Range. It is narrower and more intimate than the Skeena; in spots, you will squeeze through dramatic canyons little more than eight feet wide.
An easy and constant beginner’s, class I and II current carries us for four days along the Babine River, interspersed with exciting class III and IV rapids. The course broadens dramatically when we reach the Skeena, one of North America’s largest undammed rivers. Steamships plied its lower reaches near the Pacific Coast as early as the 1860s, but the upper reaches remain largely unpopulated. The Skeena is less technically challenging than the Babine, and has several fun “rollercoaster” rapids.