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Whitewater Rafting on the Red Deer River in Red Deer, Alberta, Canada

Raft the Red Deer River, Alberta.

RED DEER, ALBERTA: An Alberta whitewater rafting adventure awaits you on the waters of the Red Deer River. Originating in Banff National Park and boasting a total length of 724 kilometres, there’s lots of whitewater for you and your family to explore on your Canadian Rockies vacation.

While rafting the Red Deer River, you’ll have a chance to explore the rugged foothills of Alberta, where a plethora of wildlife are waiting to be discovered. Our experienced guides will show you all of the spectacular sites on these Alberta whitewater rafting trips. Read the rest of the article

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Whitewater Rafting the Kananaskis River, Banff, Alberta

Raft the Kananaskis River in Alberta, Canada

KANANASKIS, ALBERTA: Crossing the length of Kananaskis Country, the Kananaskis River is located in western Alberta, Canada. It originates within the Canadian Rockies and is also a tributary of the Bow River.

The Kananaskis River offers tours for both beginners and experts. Take your family or your friends on the thrilling Class II & Class III rapids that will leave you with a concrete introduction to Alberta whitewater rafting! When you’re finished here, why not try the exciting whitewater on the Kicking Horse River, or relaxing waters of the Elbow River? Read the rest of the article

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Whitewater Rafting the Bow River, Banff, Alberta

Raft the Bow River

BANFF, ALBERTA: There’s more to do in Alberta than just climbing the Canadian Rockies or shopping for the latest rafting gear in Calgary. Put that gear to use on the Bow River.

The Bow River is 587 km (364 miles) of pure excitement. Of course, you don’t have to raft it all at once (that would be exhausting!). Flowing from its source at the Blow Glacier, the Bow River winds its way south of the charming town of Lake Louise, and then turns east towards Banff. It passes through Banff and slips into Canmore, and continues on towards Calgary. Read the rest of the article

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Wildlife Found at the Kicking Horse River – Alberta, Canada

Butterflies float over the Kicking Horse River - Alberta, Canada

MIKE PHILLIPS
Banff Rafting Association

ALBERTA, Canada – Whether you are on a gentle scenic float or taking on the challenge of higher class rapids, there are numerous opportunities to view the interesting wildlife along the banks of the Kicking Horse River. Black bears, elk, butterflies, bighorn mountain sheep and mountain goat are some of the animals that populate this region of Alberta, Canada. Read the rest of the article

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Whitewater Rafting the Kicking Horse River in Golden, BC

Whitewater Rafting the Kicking Horse River - Golden, BC

BY MIKE PHILLIPS
Banff Rafting Association

GOLDEN, BC (CANADA) – Tourists flock to Golden, British Columbia from May through September every year to test their meddle white water rafting on this stretch of Canada’s Kicking Horse River – a beautiful, glacier-fed body of water with a stunning turquoise color.

“Nothing beats getting cooled off by the water while rafting here,” said John Arbol, an experienced Kicking Horse River white water rafting guide. Read the rest of the article

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Corporate Team Building Whitewater Rafting on the Kicking Horse River – Alberta, Canada

White Water Rafting on the Kicking Horse River - Alberta, Canada

BY BRANDON LEAKE
Banff Rafting Association

BANFF, ALBERTA, Canada – The Kicking Horse River is more than a vacation destination for tourists or families in search of white water rafting fun on these rapids in Alberta, Canada. It is also a popular corporate trip for employers and team leaders who use the excursion as an opportunity to do some team building in a fun and safe environment. Read the rest of the article

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Kicking Horse River Rafting – Alberta, Canada

Rafting on the Kicking Horse River - Alberta, Canada

By Rich Webb
Senior Writer/AlbertaRafting.org

ALBERTA, CANADA – Kicking Horse River, with its glacier-fed rapids, flow past the town of Field and shaped the valley since the Ice Age. The river runs westward toward the town of Golden and the Columbia River, where it increases its strength making it the perfect destination for world-class whitewater rafting in Canada. Travel only 30 minutes from Field on the Trans Canada Highway to access premier river rafting in the Canadian Rockies. Read the rest of the article

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