The North Thompson Valley is where the big water lives. It’s the wild child
of glaciers, careening towards the coast. This is an adventure like no other,
so strap on your gear and get ready for a wet and wild ride.
The Mighty Fraser River
The mighty Fraser River is where you’ll find full-throttled whitewater rafting action. Mount Robson watches as you feel your pulse climb as you rocket down the river, crashing through enormous waves. Catch your breath in the slow water before you plunge headfirst into raging whitecaps. Now that you’re warmed up, prepare for the Ejector and Grand Maw, aptly named class III rapids on the longest river in British Columbia.
The Adams River — Run the Salmon Route
Take the plunge and wind your way down the Adams River through Class I, II and III whitewater for an hour of thrills and natural beauty. Late spring is the perfect time for an exhilarating whitewater experience, while early spring and July are great for exploring. In the fall, the salmon return, battling to preserve their species. Your journey takes you through Tsútswecw (Roderick Haig-Brown) Provincial Park, with an interpretive stop along the way.
The Clearwater River — Raft the Volcano Fields
Hammer down the Clearwater, experiencing thrills and chills, and perhaps a few spills at every bend. Sling through chutes, catch the mist from the waterfalls and jump in for a refreshing swim. Choose a three-hour tour or an overnight adventure. This river will keep you on your toes from June to October. Clearwater River runs through the watery utopia of Wells Gray Provincial Park. It’s a once in a lifetime whitewater rafting journey through stunning surroundings of untamed wilderness, rumbling waterfalls and diverse wildlife.
Experienced Kayaker Adventure
Jump into your kayaks and guide yourself through the roll and ride of swirling torrents. Be a dare devil and rocket down the Clearwater River, with all different classes of rapids to satisfy your inner adrenaline junkie.