• RAPIDS: 37




  • COST: 399 (reg 465)


One Day Kayaking & One Day Rafting

Top 5 Reasons to Go…

  • You’re an adventurous soul
  • You’ve always wanted to try kayaking
  • You need some new bragging rights
  • You enjoy living on the edge
  • You love the taste of water in your ears

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Your entire staff from the staff who answered the phone, Charles our bus driver, the girls at reception, Conor and especially Braden our guide, were outstanding!
– Linda W., Abbotsford BC
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    Adventurers looking for the most ‘extreme’ Kumsheen weekend experience will love this trip. We combine a full-day on the Legendary Thompson River (Power or Paddle) with a day of sit-on-top kayaking, all based from the Kumsheen resort.

    DAY ONE – The Legendary Thompson River (Paddle or Power). This trip has it all – 40km, 25 rapids (class III/IV), 6hrs, and an amazing riverside lunch at Kumsheen’s Nicomen Falls property.

    DAY TWO – Kayaking. This is for true adventure seekers, looking to immerse themselves in epic BC white water. This is also a full-day trip, including a packed lunch. Learn to navigate/paddle through white water, to self rescue, and to get pounded by waves with a smile on your face.

  • PRICING – Adult – $399 (reg $465), Youth (ages 12-16) – $349
    TRIP LENGTH – Day One – 30km/7hrs, Day Two – 40km/6hrs.
    MINIMUM AGE/WEIGHT – 12yrs/90lbs**
    MEALS – Two Breakfasts, Two Riverside Lunches, One Dinner
    SEASON – July 1st to September 2nd
    BOAT OPTIONS – Day One – Sit-On-Top Kayak, Day Two – Power: 16 & 20 person, Paddle: 8 to 12 person,.
    DEPARTURE TIME – Day One – 9:00am, Day Two – 9:30am
    ACCOMMODATIONS – Includes 2 Nights of Camping. Upgrades Available.

    **You must be a very competent swimmer, have no fear of water, and be in good physical condition in order to participate in this tour.

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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