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$92.30 Water Sports

Clearwater River Ready-Set-Go Rafting Trip

Wells Gray Park is a wild and untouched wilderness area of over 540,000 hectares. It is currently being considered for "World Heritage Status" with UNESCO because of the unique and wild volcanic features this park has to offer. The River alone is something to behold. It is the drainage basin for the entire area of Wells Gray. Described by Richard C. Bocking in his book the "Mighty River" as one of the most dynamic tributaries of the entire Fraser River system. Clearwater River is the culmination of an incredible concentration of waterfalls, rapids, and chutes, probably the greatest in BC.The trip starts at the beginning of Granite Canyon on gentle class 2 whitewater. Glance up as you quietly drift by towering canyons and cliffs of ancient lava left over from a time when the Clearwater Valley was ripe with active volcanic activity. The guides will do their utmost to fill your head with as much information as possible about safety as you enter the start of the middle canyon. This section is described as Mother Nature’s natural roller coaster. At the halfway mark of the trip you will come up against an unrunable section of river called the Kettle which a mandatory portage of the boats is necessary. All the boats and equipment are taken around by trailer but you have the opportunity for an easy 15 minute hike along the canyon to see why we portage. This 500 meter section is called Granite Canyon and is a stunningly beautiful area of Wells Gray Park seldom seen. At the end of the trail you meet up with the boats and start the final leg down the lower canyon. This is the most consistent section of whitewater on the Clearwater River. With rapids like “The Wall”, “Tsunami” and “Buckaroo” it is the perfect ending to your 4 hour adventure. As you drift down towards the bottom of the canyon those with a healthy sense of adventure will have the opportunity to see what it’s like to body surf in a class 2 rapid.Ready Set Go is a summer tradition for tourists and locals alike. It is a unique experience, unmatched in British Columbia for over 30 years.

$143.66 Water Sports

Clearwater River Full-Day Whitewater Rafting with Lunch

Experience a FULL DAY of heart pounding thrills as you charge through Sabertooth Canyon one of the largest commercially run rapids in the province of British Columbia. Enjoy a magnificent lunch on a beautiful sandy beach and be blown away at how exciting it is to get in behind a waterfall plunging 35 meters. If water levels permit the guides will have the brave ones walking right through the heart of it. Or how about just glancing up as you quietly drift by towering canyons and cliffs of ancient lava left over from a time when the Clearwater Valley was ripe with active volcanic activity. As a matter of fact Wells Gray Park is being considered for “World Heritage Status” because of the unique and wild volcanic features this park has to offer. At the heart of it all is the Clearwater River. The Clearwater is the drainage basin for the entire area of Wells Gray Park, a wild and untouched wilderness area of over 540,000 hectares.The River alone is something to behold, described as one of the most dynamic tributaries of the entire Fraser River system. The Clearwater River is the culmination of an incredible concentration of waterfalls, rapids, and chutes, probably the greatest in BC. Guaranteed Addiction is a summer tradition for tourists and locals alike. It is a unique experience, unmatched in British Columbia with natural splendor and sensational whitewater. This is an 8 hour trip with everything you need supplied-the only thing you need to bring is a healthy sense of adventure.

$15.29 Classes & Workshops

Bad Axe Throwing Surrey

Enjoy a one hour axe throwing session with a dedicated axe throwing coach. Coaches provide a safety talk, demonstrate throwing techniques and are there to guide you through your experience. Once confident with the basics, coaches may introduce a variety of simple and advanced trick shots as well as facilitate games to crown a member of your group the ultimate axe throwing champion. No experience necessary, all skill levels are welcome. We promise you'll be nailing the bullseye in no time and feeling pretty Bad Axe! All inclusive:  Axe throwing safety briefing and instruction  Skilled axe throwing coach to guide you Variety of simple and advanced trick shots Spend an hour learning a new, fun and competitive skill! 

$126.12 Day Trips & Excursions

Thompson River Rafting Day Trip

After a beautiful scenic drive through the spectacular Fraser Canyon, just 2.5 hours from Vancouver and 4 hours from Seattle, you will arrive in the town of Lytton, BC. The complimentary REO shuttle will meet you at 11:00am and take you to the beginning of the river trip. Your adventure will start with a delicious lunch served at the riverside surrounded by desert canyon scenery. Our professional guides will give you the required rafting equipment, safety talk and paddle training. After an exhilarating ride on rapids such as the Frog and Witches' Cauldron, the river trip will finish back in the town of Lytton and we will transport you back to your vehicle.

$91.65 Water Sports

Chilliwack River Whitewater Paddle Trip

Enjoy a first class, all encompassing outdoor experience. Whether you're 8 or 80, the thrill of whitewater rafting In British Columbia and the spectacular scenery will make this trip the best day of your summer! Nestled among the mountains of the North Cascades, the Chilliwack River drops 10 meters per kilometer, creating numerous long and continuous rapids. It's located only one hour from Vancouver and is highlighted by the Tamahi rapids, where training takes place for the Canadian national kayak team.The Chilliwack is considered the best rafting in the Vancouver area. Just over an hour from the city, this is the perfect river adventure for you and your friends! Flowing through the scenic Cascade Mountains, the “Wack” is at its best during the spring and early summer months. At 18 km long, your 3-hour rafting adventure is the most extensive one available and includes the Tamahi, Sawmill and Swamp rapids. This unique river experience includes 4.5 hours of rafting, riverside snack and all necessary rafting gear.

$87.90 Water Sports

Half-Day Whitewater Rafting

Imagine a place where the wildlife is abundant, the crowds are non-existent, and there is plenty of wide, open, spaces. The home of Canada's fourth highest waterfall, Helmcken Falls, just one of the 39 named waterfalls you will find here in Wells Gray Provincial Park. It is where the Murtle and Clearwater Rivers grow and flourish every spring and the wildlife sightings can be as common as the sunrise and sunsets.With over 5,250 Sq Km of area to explore, Wells Gray Provincial Park is one the largest parks in Canada. With thousands of years of volcanic activity Wells Gray is being considered for "World Heritage Status" due to the abundance of unique and wild volcanic features that the park has to offer. The Clearwater River is the drainage basin for the entire area of Wells Gray. This mighty river is known as one of the most dynamic tributaries for the entire Fraser River system. The Clearwater River is the culmination of an incredible concentration of waterfalls, rapids, and chutes, probably the greatest in BC, and one of the greatest in the world. Known as an ever changing river, the Clearwater River will give whitewater enthusiasts an unforgettable ride.The Clearwater River has been comprised of three raftable canyons. The Upper (Sabertooth) Canyon, the Middle (Granite) Canyon, and the Lower Canyon. Your tour will start at the beginning of the Granite Canyon on gentle whitewater. As we start to raft down stream, take the time to look around at the cliffs and canyons filled with an abundance of igneous rocks formed from thousands of years of old volcanic activity. As you enjoy the amazing sights, your professional and knowledgeable guides will give you all of the safety information you will need to know before getting into the bigger rapids.As we continue our adventure we get into, what is described as Mother Nature's natural roller coaster, we make our way into the heart of the Granite Canyon. Following these roller coaster waves we find ourselves going into some rapids such as, 'Slide Wave,' 'Shane's Demise,' and 'Shark's Tooth.' As we approach the half way mark of our tour we will come up against an unrunable section of river known as "the Kettle." This section of river involves a mandatory portage of all the boats and equipment. After loading the equipment we make our way around this section and put the boats in just below the Kettle.This marks the start the Lower Canyon. As we start this section of river we go big and we go hard as the first rapid we go into is known as ‘The Wall.’ This class 4 rapid will sure to give you a ride as you power through it and follow it up with ‘Basher’ and ‘M87.’ As you make your way down this consistent section of river you will encounter an abundance of waves and even have the opportunity to see what it feels like to body surf through a section of class 2 rapids.

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