Kicking Horse River
Kicking Horse River flows through the Canadian Rockies in British Columbia, from its source in Lake Wapta, south-west to the Columbia River and the town of Golden.
This wild river is the premier white-water course in the Canadian Rockies, offering exciting rafting over Class 3 rapids or more gentle Class 2 paddles.
Golden lies at the center of Kicking Horse Country. The town’s unusual covered wooden bridge over the Kicking Horse River was built in 2001.
Tours & Tickets
Discover mountain lakes and waterfalls during this fabulous day tour. Visit Lake Louise, the "Jewel of the Canadian Rockies" with its backdrop of the ... Read more
Duration: 14 hours (approx.)
Experience the beauty of the Canadian Rockies, with its backdrop of the glistening Victoria Glacier, on a full-day guided coach tour from Banff. Marvel at ... Read more
Duration: 9 hours 30 minutes (approx.)