Your journey begins with convenient hotel pickup in a comfortable mini-coach. The trip to the rafting base takes 2 hours so you will have plenty of time to make photos, share them with friends online (yes, we provide complimentary WiFi on board) and even have a good nap before your adventure.

The adventure itself begins at RAFTING base in Yale, BC. At the base you will be met by local guides who provide safety rules before the start of activity. You will get your personal life jackets, helmets, waterproof bags and paddles (in case of paddle rafting). Rafting requires people to participate and listen to the instructions from a guide.

You will start the journey and continue on along the river challenging its rapids.

Depending on the season and water level conditions the river trips are generally held on different rivers and on different boat types: PADDLE and POWER rafts.

PADDLE RAFTS require to work in a team to run the rapids by paddling together.

  • Swimming ability is necessary,
  • Minimum age is 12-15 years old (depending on water level and previous experience).


POWER RAFTS are equipped with an outbound motor and have bigger capacity of travelers.

  • Swimming ability is not necessary,
  • Minimum age is 8 years old (accompanied by an adult).

NAHATLATCH RIVER (May-July)

Located in the Coastal Mountain range, the Nahatlatch River is best in the early season when water levels are up. Considered one of the best whitewater runs in the province, the Nahatlatch is a demanding river with fast continuous action. A double run of this challenging river makes this trip ideal for the active paddler.

COQUIHALA RIVER (May – June)

The Coquihalla River is the gorgeous dark green river that winds through the jagged mountains in the Coquihalla Canyon. The river may look familiar to Rambo fans as one of the scenes of the “First Blood” movie was filmed right here!
During your trip you will be able to enjoy the tour to ”Othello Quintette Tunnels” that is a part of the historic Kettle Valley Railway.

FRASER RIVER (July-September)

The Fraser River is the longest river in British Columbia and famous for being a Gold Rush river in the 19th century. You will always remember this trip along the Mighty Fraser River, one of the rafted whitewater in the continent of North America.
During your trip you will be able to challenge the rapids at Scuzzy Rock, China Bar and even more. Pause midway for a well-deserved rest after conquering the unforgettable rapids at Hell’s Gate.

You will also take a stop in a spectacular place to have delicious lunch made with healthy, fresh ingredients and expertly prepared by the guides.

The rafting trip approximately takes 6-7 hours.

WHAT TO BRING WITH YOU:

  • Bathing suit, shorts, T-shirt
  • Polar fleece, acrylic or wool top (warm when wet)
  • Wind-proof rain jacket and pants
  • Running shoes and wool socks
  • Sun screen (or sun block), brimmed hat and sunglasses
  • Retainer or string for glasses
  • Camera
  • Complete change of clothes for end of trip