Wild Water has grown a reputation for its high level of service and highly qualified, experienced tour guides. But what exactly does it take to become a Wild Water rafting guide?
In business for 20 years, Wild Water has become the choice for many visiting the Banff, Alberta area in the Canadian Rockies, including high-profile celebrities.
Navigate the raging rapids of the Fraser River in Jasper, Alberta. Take on turbulent waters and swirling eddies before entering lulls, giving you chances to spy wildlife and maybe catch glimpses of seasonal spawning salmon.
The Athabasca River in Jasper, Alberta is the perfect option for first-timers, reluctant rafters, and members of the younger set. The gentle waters, combined with the beautiful Canadian Rockies scenery, make the Athabasca River a must-do for families visiting Alberta, Canada.
The name “Sunwapta” translates to “turbulent river” in the Stoney Indian language. And with it’s Class III rapids and steep gradient, Sunwapt River in Jasper, Alberta lives up to its name.
Situated in the front ranges of the Rockies, near Calgary, Alberta, Horseshoe Canyon combines big waves with spectacular scenery for an unforgettable whitewater experience.
The Elbow River in Alberta is the perfect choice for “reluctant rafters.” No experience is necessary for this mild float. Start at Sandy Beach, which sports a shallow access point, easy to navigate for kids and adults alike, for a two-hour river float before ending at the 4th Street bridge.
Ideal for beginners, but with enough thrills to keep even experienced rafters engaged, the Kananaskis River is the perfect family-friendly option for rafting in Alberta, Canada.
Rapids on the Kicking Horse River range from Class II to Class IV+, offering rafters the choice between a tranquil float trip or a heart-pumping ride in the Lower Canyon.
From the raging rapids of the Kicking Horse River in Banff, to the family-friendly, mellow rapids of the Athabasca River, Alberta has whitewater rafting adventures for rafters of all experience levels.