Elaho River Whitewater Rafting
Almost 70 km in length, River Elaho begins in the Coastal Mountains and runs towards the northwest of the Whistler and Pemberton towns of British Columbia. A tributary of River Squamish, Elaho is quite popular for its white water adventures, especially river rafting.
Positioned at about one hour from Whistler and Vancouver, the Elaho River presents the perfect backdrop for breathtaking white water adventures. Comprising of class 3 and 4 rapids. Whether you are out on a joy-ride to have fun or simply trying to relieve yourself from stress. The white waters are indeed the best way to get the thrilling escapade you have been looking for. The extreme intensity of the waters and the rugged river beds excite you; fuel your body and charges up your soul. The high waves at the Upper Elaho River can pose a challenge even to the best rafters in the world. During the high waters the rapids at times even score up to a Class 4 level!
Along with the mounting adventures in the whitewaters, you can even experience the outstanding scenic beauty of the massive rugged terrains alongside the river. The lush wildlife and the temperate coastal forests. Moreover, if you are a bird-watcher and an animal-lover, the bald eagles perched on trees along the coast are sure to fascinate you. A great way to experience the true essence of nature and the spectacular wildlife, you can also plan for a weekend visit and go on a camping trail apart from enjoying rafting along the course of Elaho. So, take the plunge, live the moment and experience the challenge and make the best of your tour!
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