Fraser rafting – Canada
The longest river in British Columbia, Canada. The Fraser rafting begins near Mount Robson in the Rocky Mountains and falls into the Pacific Ocean. It travels for almost 1,400 km along the mountain ranges and enters the city of Vancouver. Starting its long journey from Yellowhead Pass it heads towards northwest and then it moves to the south.
At the middle of the course, the river is joined by The Thompson River at Lytton. It now turns south and proceeds towards the 49th parallel. Moving like a snake, it then passes a deep canyon in the Coastal Mountains. Furthermore the river turns west into the Fraser Valley. After traveling for around 100 km, the river forms a delta and finally falls into the Strait of Georgia.
With all the diverse terrains passed by the river, it is certainly evident that a journey on a jet boat along the river course is bound to be exciting. The whitewater expeditions with its added view of the abundant wilderness will excite you. Enthrall you and make you love every bit of this venture. The scenic bends along the river course and the wildlife view available along the river side makes your journey interesting and extremely memorable. Apart from experiencing the excitement of rafting, sight viewing, hiking and camping along the river side, there are some other attractions as well on offer. As you think of moving out from the stress zone of your office, and chill out for some time in the quiet mountain valleys, the whitewaters are sure to add some spice to your holiday, making your travel worth remembering!