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The 13.7 mile river that has class 4 rapids is billed as the wildest ride in the Canadian Rockies.
Upon arrival, we suited up with several layers given the temperature of both the air and water. There was a woman in our group who I...More
Kicking Horse River flows across Yoho NP from Wapta Lake to Golden, and runs alongside the TCH. It’s a turbulent river with the local greenish cast from the rock flour dissolved in it. Its very popular with river rafting trips and kayakers with both Class...More
Work sent me and some colleagues on the Excitor tour. We had a blast! The staff were all very personable, clear with their communication, friendly and fun. The facility was clean and organized. They've clearly been doing this a while and have it operating like...More
Interesting covered bridge for pedestrians over the fast-flowing Kicking Horse River built of heavy timbers in 2001. Display boards on the bridge give information about its construction. A free must-see when in Golden.
Absolutely fabulous experience rafting with Alpine Rafting. They were very experienced and professional. They outfitted you with wetsuit and helmets. I felt we were with very experience guides. It was sooooooooo much fun!!!!!
This is a fast-flowing and exciting river. As it passes Golden, it is rather hidden but a short walk from downtown will bring you to its banks and a whole network of footpaths. The river follows the Trans-Canada for some distance so there are several...More
We use to travel the old highway one which still is there but not drivable able more. We hiked it as far as we could brought tears to our eyes as this highway held many great memories to us . We sure wished it was...More
We were exploring Golden and Revelstoke in April, and there was still a lot of snow and ice around. Rafting must start a lot later, and I'd be worried about anybody walking on the melting ice to fish the river at this time of year....More