Revelstoke Full Day Canoe Tour – Columbia River

from $62.50

No minimum age
Season May-October
Available daily

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Spend the day canoeing on the Columbia River in British Columbia. Let the guides teach you the basics of canoeing and show you our favorite outdoor spots the Columbia River, British Columbia.
The Columbia River is the largest river in North America. It’s source is in the glaciers of the Rocky Mountains of British Columbia and it drains into the Pacific Ocean in Oregon, United States.
Your guided canoe adventure will begin in the picture-postcard city of Revelstoke, BC. On your tour, the scenic mountain views are guaranteed. You might even capture the glimpse of some of the local wildlife, such as brown and black bears, and birds, such as golden eagles.
On a hot summer’s day, you can make a stop at a beach and you can cool off in the ice cold glacial water of the Columbia.
You will have the chance to see bald eagles and other wildlife on the shores amongst the snow-capped mountain peaks and glaciers. You may even catch a glimpse of a bear!

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Minimum age: all ages.
Season: May- October.
Duration: 8 hours.
Schedule: 9:30am -4:30pm (5:30pm depends on the size of the group).
Trip Level: Easy.
Guide Ratio: 1:6.
No previous experience is necessary.
Your tour includes:
– All necessary equipment,
– Professional tour guide
– Transportation to the launch site.

What to bring:
– A swimwear,
– Sun hat, sunglasses and sunscreen,
– Sandals or shoes that can get wet,
– Wind breaking or rain jacket and light sweater if it’s a cooler day,
– Small backpack, to carry water, snacks, keep a towel and spare set of clothing.

This experience has a Lunch option which includes a tasty wrap, a snack, and a drink, dietary options available.
If you choose the option without lunch, make sure to bring your own lunch.

Information on how to book your experience will be provided in your experience voucher.

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