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Experience a unique perspective of Jasper National Park on a safe and comfortable raft/float trip down the Athabasca, a Canadian Heritage River. This historic route, used by the early explorers and fur traders, is still a fantastic adventure through the Jasper wilderness! You'll travel 16 kilometers in specially designed 25 foot, 25 passenger rafts - let your guides do all the rowing, while you sit back and enjoy the scenery and wildlife!
Raft along the exhilerating Class 2 rapids of the Athabasca River on this exciting 3.5 hour outdoor escape. Beginning at the base of the Athabasca Falls, the paddler is challenged by rapids and enchanted by magnificent scenery in a canyon setting. This run (approximately 12 km) is a terrific family activity and is sure to be one of your most memorable experiences in the Canadian Rockies.
The Athabasca River originates 100 kilometres south of Jasper from the glaciers of the Columbia Icefield. The river was used extensively by fur traders between 1810 and 1860, and has been designated as a Canadian Heritage River. Travelling approximately 9 kilometres, you encounter many Class 2 whitewater rapids. In rain or shine, this is great fun for the entire family!
Enjoy the spectacular rush of the Class 3 rapids of Sunwapta River on this amazing outing. With some of the best rafting guides in the area, you are sure to have a fun and educational experience that is sure to leave you with long-lasting memories. Perfect for active first-timers or experienced rafters - this popular trip is among the most exciting that Jasper has to offer.
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