Kayaking - Explore Jasper

Early float on the Athabasca river

March seems a little early to play on the river, but this year has been warm and some of the channels are open for a float. We explored from Alpine Village to Sixth bridge. ...
JRT - Explore Jasper

Rafting – Pentathlon 26th

Wild Blue Yonder Jasper Raft Tours Maligne Rafting Jasper Rafting Adventures Summer Solstice tradition The 26th, annual rafting pentathlon, this is where the rafting companies compete for the Mark Oddy Golden Paddle to get bragging rights on who has the best team for...
The voyage to Athabasca Island

Athabasca Island

Picture yourself on a deserted island,  in the middle of the river, Rocky Mountain style. Haul your camping gear for a night or two. Let the river take you effortlessly downstream. It is always better when the water is high. Bring your own firewood, as there won't be...
Sunwapta Falls - Explore Jasper

Sunwapta Falls

One of the waterfalls that can be access along the Icefield highway located near the Sunwapta Falls Resort.

Rafting Athabasca River

River Classes

Rivers in and around Jasper National Park River difficulty is rated using the six part International Scale of River Classification System. Individual rapids are called classes, while sections are called grades. This rating system is a reference to general guide of...
Rafting in Jasper - Explore Jasper

Rafting – Season Begins

From mild to wild rafting in Jasper National park. Season starts in May and ends late September.

Journey to Coronet Creek

Coronet Creek Adventure

Coronet Creek Camping I was a little hesitant in writing about this trip, because I wanted to keep it secret from the mass visitors to the area. Realizing that the best expeditions cannot be hidden away. This trip consist of watercrafts (canoes & sea kayaks) of...
Athabasca Falls - Explore Jasper

Athabasca Falls

The headwater comes from the Columbia Glacier about 70 kilometers south. Among the most powerful and breathtaking falls in the Rocky Mountains, The Athabasca River thunders through a narrow gorge where the walls have been smoothed and potholes are created by the sheer...

Kayaking & Rafting Activities

Rafting has become one of the most popular activities for visitors in Jasper, and with good reason. A river trip is a great way to see the park from a remarkably different perspective. Rafting provides visitors with a unique opportunity to visit and experience Jasper National Park.

The enjoyment of whitewater rafting is accessible to all the member of your family, party or organizations. Jasper’s rafting outfitters will take you for an adventure of a lifetime with some of the most scenic and exciting river of the Canadian Rockies.

Lets not forget watersports of all types can use most of these rivers, creeks and lakes. Another popular sport is Kayaking. One tip when getting into this sport is to get some great thermal wear, the alpine waters are refreshing.

Take a look at our River Classes to help you select your river experience.

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BUNGALOWS / CABINS

 

BACKCOUNTRY CABINS

 

LODGING WEST IN BC

  • Mica Mountain Lodge
    (Located near Mount Robson, half an hour to the
    Jasper National Park boundary)
  • Dreamcatcher Inn
    (Located near Valemount Just over an hour west of Jasper)

 

Tour Outfitters LINKS

BUNGALOWS / CABINS

 

BACKCOUNTRY CABINS

 

LODGING WEST IN BC

  • Mica Mountain Lodge
    (Located near Mount Robson, half an hour to the
    Jasper National Park boundary)
  • Dreamcatcher Inn
    (Located near Valemount Just over an hour west of Jasper)

 

 

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