The Best Rivers in British Columbia!Paddle world-class whitewater or enjoy tranquil floating on the most beautiful & exciting rivers in British Columbia, Canada!
REO offers trips on 8 Incredible Rivers:
Easy (all ages): Fraser; Lower Green (Whistler)
Moderate: Thompson; Nahatlatch; Nicola; Coquihalla
Advanced: Nahatlatch (full run); Nahatlatch Canyon
Expert (ages 15+): Stein (steepest rafted river in Canada)
The Nahatlatch Classic is far more exciting than any other river near Vancouver or Whistler. In fact, few rivers in North America offer such continuous action yet are still suitable for first-time rafters. What makes the Nahatlatch so addictive and perfect for rafting is the near-continuous, rapid-fire white water. The Classic section features 25 rapids over a 10 km (6 mile) stretch and an average gradient of 85 feet per mile.
Nahatlach CanyonClass: 4+
Rafting the Nahatlatch canyon is an intense adrenaline rushing addition to the Classic Run. The steep-walled canyon creates an exciting ride as each bend in the river reveals a new surprise.
Plunging through an amazingly beautiful wilderness canyon, the Class 5 Stein is the steepest river that is commercially rafted in Canada. A REO exclusive!
Be one of the many people to raft the Thompson this summer and enjoy the huge roller coaster waves, desert canyon scenery, hot climate and warm water for swimming.
This trip is a gentle float (Class 1-2 rapids) through one of British Columbia's most historic areas. This trip is ideal for children, families, and corporate team building.
The Nicola flows through the hottest and driest region in Canada. Starting in the arid BC Interior near Merritt, the Nicola flows through ranch lands and rugged pine-forest canyons enroute to the Thompson River in Spences Bridge.
The Coquihalla is non-stop action from beginning to end. The Coquihalla features twenty Class 2-3 rapids and a few Class 4 rapids including Committed, Boulder Drop and Initiation.
Green River-Lower CanyonClass: 2+
This is an 8 km scenic raft and float adventure. Although mostly calm and serene, the first two rapids are fun and can get you wet! These rapids can be avoided for those wishing to take a clean (and dry) line.