Kootenay Rockies & Columbia Valley
River Rafting in the Columbia Valley
Invermere is the hub of river rafting in the Columbia Valley. Choose from the Columbia River for a lazy float between Invermere and Radium or to the south in Fairmont. Toby Creek in Panorama offers a more exhilarating whitewater experience. For those who really want to get wet, the Kicking Horse River to the north in Golden is where it's at. Kootenay River Runners or Glacier Raft Co are available in the valley for your whitewater rafting tour excursion.
River Rafting near Radium
Staying in Radium means you have choice when it comes to rafting. Choose from the Kicking Horse River, Kootenay River, Columbia River and Toby Creek. These rivers carve their way through some of the most impressive mountain landscapes in the B.C.Canadian Rockies. Whether your interests are challenging whitewater rafting, family rafting, or Voyageur Canoe Trips, each river offers a unique rafting experience. Visit Kootenay River Runners or Glacier Rafting Company to book your trip today.
River Rafting near Fairmont
Fairmont Hot Springs is known by locals for the "Fairmont Float". This river float is a self-guided experience. This lazy river float is the perfect way to spend a hot day in the Columbia Valley sunshine. If you are seeking a bit more thrill try white water rafting on the Kootenay, Toby Creek or Kicking Horse River with Kootenay River Runners
River Rafting in Fernie
With access to two great rivers, Fernie has white water rafting to please every taste. Whether you are looking for a mild ride or a fun white water experience on the Bull or Elk River, rafting in Fernie will definitely float your boat! Excursions are available through Mountain High River Adventures and Canyon Raft Company. Canoeing and kayaking the area's three main rivers is a great option as well.
River Rafting in Panorama
The Toby Creek runs through Panorama so whitewater rafting fun is at your doorstep! Experience the thrills of white water rafting with Kootenay River Runners. White water twists and turns of this Class I-III river makes for a great time for beginners or seasoned rafters.