Chilliwack River Rafting

  • 6 Hours & 30 Minutes
  • All year round

The Chilliwack River, located one hour from Vancouver, flows through the dense forest of the North Cascade Mountains; highlighted by the Tamahi rapids, where training takes place for the national kayak team.

It’s the perfect day trip adventure, you will raft 18 kilometres and run more than 12 amazing rapids. During your trip you will stop for a quick hike at the hidden waterfalls before you enter the best rapids of the day. Guarded by bald eagles and brown bears, the valley is the front door to the Canadian wilderness. The Chilliwack River has a gradient of 10 meters per kilometre, creating numerous long and continuous rapids: Double trouble, Prison drop, Capital Punishment, Alison’s Pool and the famous Tamahi.

You will experience an exceptional outdoor adventure, with the highest safety standards. It’s an ideal trip for the whole family and for adrenaline lovers. The rafts are 16 feet long accommodating 8 passengers and your professional guides.

Duration: 6.5 hours

From £152 per person

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