Day Trips

“I had the time of my life, thank you, thank you, thank you!!…”
– Heidi H

Ranging from a 3-hour white water quickie to an epic 7-hour excursion, visit KUMSHEEN for the best day of your summer!

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“And that’s how the rest of the afternoon went – laughing hysterically at the guide’s tall tales, screeching with delight, bouncing around the boat, cowering under nine to 10 foot waves in rapids like the infamous Number 17 and The Terminator.”
– Mikelle Sasakamoose, Entertainment Editor, Kamloops This Week

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Legendary Thompson River

Thompson River, Full Day
BC’s most popular white water rafting trip is one that you can enjoy together with all types of groups. It’s a white water cascade through 40 sets of rapids, a dazzling combination of beautiful, rugged, desert-like scenery, and a memorable Nicomen Falls luncheon.
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Devil’s Gorge Run

Thompson River, Half Day
This is the best white water rafting of the Thompson and is perfect if you don’t have time for a full day or longer trip. It’s our no frills/all thrills jaunt through the eighteen rapids that made rafting in the west famous.
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Power Paddle Combo

Thompson River, Full Day
Only at KUMSHEEN can you find such a dynamic trip. Paddle Raft from Spences Bridge to Nicomen Falls. After lunch ride a Power Raft through the EPIC white water of the Devil’s Gorge to Lytton. Great for groups that can’t agree on the same style of rafting, or want the added security of a power raft through the big ones.
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Fraser River & Hells Gate

Fraser River Canyon, Full Day
Relaxing calms and foaming rapids – this is the essence of big water excitement. If you’re after huge thrills, you’ll find them here, in the foaming cauldron of Hells Gate and the other rapids of the mighty Fraser River.
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With an impeccable safety record and over 200,000 satisfied visitors, making your way to the Kumsheen Resort could be one of the easiest decisions to make, but leaving could very well be the hardest.
‒ John Pigeon. Vancouver 24 Hours Magazine