• RAPIDS: 25




  • COST: 175


Thompson River, Full Day

Top 5 Reasons to Go…

  • Big Water, huge waves, huge fun
  • We do it best…ask any of our 250,000 River Rats
  • Jaws of Death rapid…always a thriller
  • Tales, truth and outright lies about the river
  • Stunning luncheon at our Nicomen Falls

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Everything, from the clean facilities to the smile on the staff member faces, the friendly & professional service, fantastic meals, and then the “out of this world” rafting experience, were all first class and better.
John P. – Abbotsford BC
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    If you’re looking for BC’s most popular white water rafting trip, one that you can enjoy together with your entire group, then this is the one. This trip has it all: a white water cascade through 40 sets of rapids, a dazzling combination of beautiful, rugged, desert-like scenery, calm but fast flowing water, and of course our legendary rapids. Since our first scary rafting trip down the Thompson in 1973, we have run this river more times and with more people than everyone else combined. We’re very good at it.

    You’ll hear true stories and lies about the river. Our founder and owner Bernie Fandrich named most of the river’s rapids and wrote two guidebooks about the Thompson, and our family still runs the business. How good is that?If you’re looking for a wonderful rafting trip that has it all, try this one.Of course, you’ll want to read the stories that helped make this stretch of river famous. You need Bernie Fandrich’s book British Columbia’s Majestic Thompson River.

  • PRICING: Adult: $175, Youth (ages 10-16) – $133
    TRIP LENGTH: 0km/6hrs (All Day), Spences Bridge to Lytton
    MINIMUM AGE: Power-10yrs*, Paddle-12yrs
    Meals: Nicomen Falls Riverside Lunch
    Season: May to October
    Difficulty: Class III+/IV
    Boat Options: Power: 16 & 20 person, Paddle: 8 to 12 person
    Departure Time: 10am
    Accommodation: Not Included


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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