Clearwater River Whitewater Rafting
A massive river in the North Central Idaho. The Clearwater River begins to flow from its headwaters in Broach Lake in northern Saskatchewan. It then travels through the Idaho-Montana border to its conflux with the Athabasca River at the Fort McMurray, Alberta. It finally joins the Snake River at Lewiston. The upper course of the river sports high-rapids along with its raw and rugged terrain. This is made up of rocky ledges, boulder strewn river beds and dramatic waterfalls. In the downstream, the river calms down and even widens as it heads towards the Interior Plains. The several twists and turns in the river course give the water-body an interesting shape. This makes it all the more adventurous for rafters who flows down the stream.
Experience the most enthralling whitewaters rafting rides in one of the most scenic rivers of Canada, as you go for a trip on the Clearwater River in British Columbia. Hold on your breath and let the blood flow more rapidly down your veins as you join in a gripping river rafting adventure on the pristine Clearwater River. A true delight to canoeists and rafters, the spectacular beauty of Clearwater River is indeed highly absorbing. However with a rich record of luring an army of explorers and adventurers for almost a century, the river offers its visitors a genuine wilderness experience along with the exciting rafting expedition. The spectacular wildlife and natural abundance of this Canadian river will surely turn your trip truly memorable. So, pack your bags and make the move, and grab the opportunity of enjoying the most challenging whitewaterrafting trip!