Trip at a Glance
Squamish, British Columbia, Canada
$126 USD per person
5.5 hours round trip from our base in Squamish
Departure Day(s) and Time(s)
Daily from April 22 to October 1, 2017
Rafting gear, wetsuits, wetsuit jacket, booties, life jacket and helmet provided. Snacks and refreshments along the river.
$5 RRF fee not included. Children must be a minimum age of 13 and must weigh at least 90lbs. Ask about group rates, corporate packages and our locals rate for BC residents
- Maneuver through the challenging “Devil’s Elbow” section, used for Mark Burnett's famous Eco-Challenge Adventure Race
- Your river journey will take you through approximately 20 kms of British Columbia’s most inspiring wilderness
- Take time to reconnect with our world-class scenery, including: old growth forests, dormant volcanoes, towering glaciers, and stunning waterfalls.
- Learn the skills necessary to maneuver through exciting Class 3-4 rapids
- Level: Adventurous Beginners, no experience necessary
Whether you’re a thrill-seeking adventure junkie or just trying to get away from the stress of everyday life and back to nature, our Elaho Exhilarator whitewater rafting adventure has everything you’ll need to recharge your batteries. The Wet & Wild Elaho Exhilarator rafting trip is one of our most popular rafting adventures, and for good reason.
Our talented team of professional river guides will teach you the skills necessary to ride big waves and catch air as you navigate down the Class 3-4 Elaho and Squamish Rivers. Your courage will be tested as you travel through the infamous “Devil’s Elbow” section of the rapids, as seen on TV’s famous Eco-Challenge Adventure Race. Depending on the water levels, you’ll also be able to swim through some small rapids and enjoy a few laughs as your crewmates scramble to stay on board.
Along with some of North America’s most exhilarating rapids, your river journey will take you through approximately 10 miles of British Columbia’s most inspiring wilderness. Take time to appreciate your surroundings and enjoy the world-class scenery including old growth forests, dormant volcanoes, towering glaciers, and stunning waterfalls that cascade hundreds of feet toward the river. If you’re really lucky you’ll get a glimpse of the local deer, beavers and bears which often stop by the river’s edge.
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