This exciting white water rafting trip is a top summer adventure in Revelstoke.
- Adult Ages 13+
- Child Ages 4 - 12
Due to Covid, you need at least 4 people to make a booking. See COVID RESTRICTIONS below for more details.
- Have a group of 4 or 5 people? Please contact us to book.
- Groups of 6 or more can book online (see calendar) or contact us.
- Call 1-877-945-3786, text (780) 666-9718 or email [email protected]
Columbia River Float: Enjoy a quiet, easy hour on the river. Learn about one of Canada’s most historic rivers as our certified guides row, and have your photos taken in front of Moses Creek waterfall. Meet at our base in Downtown Revelstoke. All equipment and a 10-minute shuttle ride included.
The safety of our guests and staff has always been the most important part of what we do. We are following the evolving Covid guidelines, and have made these changes:
- Each group gets a private change room and boat
- Raft guides sit at the back of the boat, distanced from guests
- Masks are required everywhere except on the rafts
- All groups must have at least 4 people
Please see our Covid Safety page for more information about how we comply with public health orders and Marine regulations.
Full payment is required to book all trips.
You must cancel at least 72 hours before the start time for a refund.
Refunds are less a 10% administration fee.
Before you book a trip, you will be required to read our Covid Safety Policies and answer a few short questions. When you book, we email you a link to our digital Waiver (read here). Each person in your group, even kids, needs to sign a waiver before you arrive.
WHAT TO BRING
- Closed shoes that can get wet: water shoes, sports sandals or old runners
- Sunscreen (hot days)
- Insect repellent
- Sunglasses, a tie-on for prescription glasses
- Extra medication, EpiPen for deadly allergies
- Dry shoes for after
COOL or RAINY DAYS:
- Wear a warm layer, fleece is recommended.
- Wind/water-resistant jackets
- US Coast Guard approved Type V lifejackets
- Neoprene socks & water shoes
- Facebook trip photos
- Available on cold days:
- Wind-resistant splash pants
- Neoprene mitts
MEET US AT: 621 Victoria Rd, Revelstoke, BC V0E 2S0
Street parking is available on the railroad side of Victoria Rd (directly across from our building). Large vehicles can usually be accommodated. Don’t park beside the Rafting House or in front of the other stores.
Do I have to book in advance?
- Usually. But ask! Often we have last-minute spots.
- If a trip is available online, you can book it!
What if it rains or is very cold?
- In some ways, rafting is the BEST outdoor activity to do when it is raining because you’re dressed to get wet!
- In cases of hard, sustained rain, we may cancel and refund our Columbia River trip.
Do I need to know how to swim?
- Many of our guests can’t swim and some are afraid of water.
- This is a very gentle river, with no rapids.
- Our lifejackets are designed for commercial river rafting.
Can I bring my pet?
Sadly, your fur family can’t go on the river. But ask us about pet care options.
I’ve always had a real passion for the wilderness but I’m not as mobile as I used to be. My wife suggested this rafting trip and it was absolutely perfect. The booking process and the short bus ride to the river was nice and easy, and then right off the bat we got to walk to a nearby waterfall. It was so beautiful my wife and I felt like we were on a date. They even took pictures of us!
I’d forgotten how peaceful it is out on the water. All we had to do was sit in the raft and float down a slow, wide river. It’s what they call an ‘old river’, full of history and stories. Seems this river and I had some things in common! The guide was really knowledgeable and shared some fascinating local history. I had no idea that before the railroad was built the Columbia River was the main ‘highway’ into western Canada. Sure wish I’d been around for the ‘Big Bend Gold Rush’ back in 1865 ‘cause they were making over $700 a day! Imagine that! So there we were, drifting down the same river as those early explorers. It was a real adventure!
I’m actually not a big thrill seeker. Never was. But the richness of just being quiet in nature and taking it all in… well, you can’t beat it. Listening to the water lapping against the side of the boat and the occasional splash of the oars (oars I didn’t have to man!) it felt like I’d traveled back in time to when the world was simpler, just sitting in a boat with my girl.
We slid quietly past a golf course and under a bridge or two, but I was surprised by how remote it felt. The scenery was beautiful – all those mountains shining like gold in the late afternoon sun. You see so much from the river. Soon enough we were back to shore, and I felt so alive; I could do this every day! Now we’re planning to come back with the kids and grandkids. I just can’t think of a better way to spend time with the people I love most.
Got questions? Reach out! We’re happy to help.