March 19, 2021

Ready for an AWE-some white water journey without having to unhook your motorhome?

Jasper Rafting Adventures is trying to make it easy for campers to enjoy time on the river. If you are camping at Whistlers Campground, while staying in Jasper National Park, they will pick you up and drop you off at the entrance to the campground. If you are staying elsewhere, they will meet you at the RV parking lot in town. Jasper Rafting Adventures is camper friendly!

Paddle your way through the breathtaking valleys of Jasper National Park as you gain insight into the environment and history of the natural surroundings.

Time on the river is embracing life at the speed of nature.


Lower Athabasca - Mile 5 – introductory white water
The Athabasca River originates 100 km 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 a Canadian Heritage River. Let your mind body and soul be refreshed with a splashy taste of Jasper’s beauty during this 2-hour round trip excursion.

Upper Athabasca - Athabasca Falls – introductory white water
Starting at the bottom of the Athabasca Falls, be enchanted on an AWE-some 3-hour round-trip white water river journey. Paddle your way out of the canyon and immerse yourself in the natural surroundings.

Sunwapta – Intermediate white water
The Sunwapta River lives up to its Stoney Indian name of “Turbulent Water”. The Sunwapta emerges from the Columbia Icefield and we raft very close to the headwaters of this silt-laden river. The Sunwapta offers an exciting combination of fast, fun rapids, incredible scenery and abundant wildlife.



Let your mind, body and soul be refreshed with Jasper Rafting Adventures.
 

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