Babine River Whitewater Rafting
A major river in central British Columbia, Canada, Babine River is a tributary of Skeena River. The river is about 100 km lengthwise and drains into Babine Lake. Believed to be one of the unspoiled rivers in British Columbia. The River Babine offers travellers picturesque locations and a lot of interesting outdoor experiences.
Considered to be one the most abundant grizzly bear habitats in the area. While out on a rafting expedition on River Babine, you are sure to get your eyes fixed on the rich wildlife of the zone. All through its course down the white water rafting trip you will experience the rapids rising in size as you proceed. Making your rafting a matchless and unforgettable experience. Moreover, you will be surprised to find stunning canyons crafted from several rock masses.
The river features changes on a regular basis. However, the most significant highlight of the zone is the rapid named as ‘Grizzly Drop’. This particular section is famous for the ‘Grizzly Bears’ found here. They can will be seen hunting for salmon to be fed upon. As for the rapids, Babine sports Class 3 rapids, along with some of the Class 4 drops.
Along with its exhilarating rafting facilities, an enthusiast can take the pleasure of sighting the lush forests along the coast and view the rich wildlife of the region. You can get a good chance of seeing bald eagles and ospreys. Recorded to be the largest salmon populations of the world, River Babine provides top class rafting trips that will keep you excited and of course, in high spirits.