Blaeberry White Water Rafting
The Blaeberry River begins from its source that is close to the Howse Pass and flows south-west. It then passes along rugged mountains, the Mummery Glacier and dark forests twisting from one side to the other. It then topples over the Blaeberry Falls and then it takes a 30 feet plunge in the Thompson Falls. The Blaeberry river then makes its way to a narrow gorge. It again passes the IOOB Campground located between the Red Indian Mountains and Willowbank Mountain.
A placid river offering a wide view of the Rocky Mountains, the Blaeberry flows opposite to Kicking Horse. Along with the spectacular view of the Rockies, the river provides splendid adventure. The river offers rapids of Class I, II, and III classes, enabling whitewaters and float down the river experince.
As you flow down on your kayak, the mysterious orchids, the dense forests, the colorful wildlife and the lively creeps are sure to leave you spellbound. Rafting here is real fun, as you travel down the Canadian Rockies, especially in a canoe or kayak. So, as you plan to get the maximum pleasure out of your trip and make it all the more exciting, memorable and enriching, it would be best to go out on a whitewater rafting trip in Rocky Mountains. Well, if you are not enough satisfied with the mere rafting expedition, you can go on hiking and on mountain biking as well. In addition to the beautiful and rustic scenic riverside retreat, you can also experience the unique wildlife view while catching wolfs; longhorn cattle and several varieties of birds.