• RAPIDS: 50

  • DIFFICULTY: III+/IV

  • DURATION: 2 DAYS

  • DISTANCE: 80KM

  • COST: 473.35

POWER & PADDLE EXPERIENCE

Spences Bridge to Lytton – twice!

Top 5 Reasons to Go…

  • You’ll feel like you conquered two different rivers
  • Suitable for kids 12 years & older
  • Settle the “which is better” debate – paddle or power
  • You’ll think the river level changed overnight
  • Savour the full intensity of rafting

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We had a wonderful time at Kumsheen this last weekend. Your staff are very knowledgeable, courteous and helpful so our experience was an excellent one. We will definitely do it again!
– Beverley S.
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  • THE BEST RAFTING IN BC, TIMES TWO

    We’ve packaged our two most popular rafting trips so you can sample the best whitewater of the Thompson River in our two raft styles, then kick back and let us indulge you at our resort. The first day you surge down the great Thompson River in a motorized raft, running several rapids repeatedly, letting your rafting guide do all the work. Then, the second day you use people power and take on the rapids with a paddle in your hands. Same remarkable river, two radically different rides.

    You will discover the special exhilaration found only in whitewater on this quality, action-packed two-day adventure, and verify why our adventure resort was described by world travellers as “…one of the best yet”.

  • PRICING – Adult – $473.35, Youth (ages 12-16) – $370.60
    TRIP LENGTH – (40km/6hrs, Spences Bridge to Lytton) x2
    MINIMUM AGE/WEIGHT – 12yrs/90lbs
    MEALS – Two Breakfasts, Two Riverside Lunches, One Dinner
    SEASON – July 1st to September 2nd
    DIFFICULTY – Class III+/IV
    BOAT OPTIONS – Power: 16 & 20 person, Paddle: 8 to 12 person
    DEPARTURE TIME – 10am
    ACCOMMODATIONS – Includes 2 Nights of Camping. Upgrades Available.

POWER & PADDLE EXPERIENCE

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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