DURATION: 2 DAYS
BIG WATER EXCURSION
Thompson & Fraser Rivers, Two Days
Top 5 Reasons to Go…
- Raft 80km of World Class Whitewater
- Revel in the beauty of these two giants
- Raft the Devil’s Gorge & Hell’s Gate in a single weekend!
- Enjoy the comforts of the KUMSHEEN resort, apres-rafting
- Because this could be the BEST TWO DAYS of your summer!
Your entire staff from the ladies who answered the phone, Charles our bus driver, the girls at reception, Conor and especially Braden our guide, were outstanding!
– Linda W., Abbotsford BC
BIG WATER EXCURSION
Essentially our ‘Legendary Thompson River’ trip, this is one of the most popular river raft runs in BC. Beginning in the town of Spences Bridge, you will cover 40km, hit nearly 30 rapids, while drifting through one of the hottest & driest climates in BC. You will be awestruck by the amazing cascades, stunning scenery, beautiful warm water, and the variety of wildlife. This trip ends in the town of Lytton, at the exact meeting point of the Thompson & Fraser rivers. Here, if you listen closely as you look downstream, you might be able to hear the Fraser saying ‘see you tomorrow’.
The ‘Mighty Fraser Canyon’ hosts the Fraser’s largest rapids, most breathtaking canyons, and hoards of wildlife, which is where this tour takes us. This trip has the ability to get your heart pounding as you raft some of the biggest rapids in BC, and shortly thereafter the ability to relax, as you kick-back between rapids to soak-up the sunshine, and take-in the breathtaking sights and sounds of this remarkable river.
PRICING – Adult – $445, Youth (ages 12-16) – $348
TRIP LENGTH – Day One – 40km/6hrs, Day Two – 40km/7hrs, Spences Bridge to Lytton, Boston Bar to Yale
MINIMUM AGE/WEIGHT – 12yrs/90lbs
MEALS – Two Breakfasts, Two Riverside Lunches, One Dinner
DIFFICULTY – Class III+/V
BOAT OPTIONS – Power: 16 & 20 person, Paddle: 8 to 12 person
SEASON – Weekends in August/September.
DEPARTURE TIMES – Day One – 10:00am, Day Two – 9am
ACCOMMODATIONS – Includes 2 Nights of Camping
Big Water Excursion
‒ John Pigeon. Vancouver 24 Hours Magazine