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My family and I had a great time rafting the Elaho River with Canadian Outback. The staff and guides were friendly and helpful. We felt safe and entertained (and WET). I would highly recommend. The only glitch was that Viator seemed to have screwed up our reservation. But CO had room and easily accommodated us.
Enjoy hair-raising adventure in the wilds of Canada on this 5.5-hour Elaho River white-water rafting adventure from Squamish. Hop aboard your bus and travel to the banks of the Elaho River, deep in the mighty Squamish Valley. Then, pull on your safety gear, grab your paddle and take to the waves. Challenge yourself against the river’s winding twists and turns as your guide navigates you through the choppy class III-IV rapids. During your 3-hour descent, explore British Columbia’s breathtaking wilderness and watch the riverbanks for native bears, beavers and deer.
With sheer cliff faces and spectacular countryside scenery, Squamish offers the perfect landscapes and conditions for rock-climbing—with routes suitable for all levels of climber. On this exciting and challenging tour, tackle a range of climbs pitched to your ability with your guide, and embrace outdoor adventure in the Canadian wilderness—with all climbing and safety equipment included.
Get an adrenaline rush as you crash through the rapids on a whitewater rafting trip. This tour from Whistler or Squamish is an exhilarating full day adventure. Raft a class 3-4 river in an unspoiled wilderness setting through the Squamish Valley. Enjoy exciting rapids, towering waterfalls, lush rainforest, and a delicious barbecue lunch. No prior experience is necessary; professional guides support you every step of the way.
Amazing experience. Fun rapids and the staff was professional, thoughtful, and fun! We had hot chocolate when it was raining in the middle of our experience and we weren’t cold one bit from all the correct gear they had:)
Experience the best of the rugged Canadian wilderness and indulge your sense of adventure on this 3-hour Squamish and Cheakamus River white-water rafting trip. Following a full safety briefing, pull on your helmet and safety gear, grab your paddle and hop aboard your raft. Then, challenge yourself against the swirling rapids of the mighty Cheakamus River with your guide. During your 1.5-hour descent, paddle hard through the winding turns of the class I and II rapids, and keep an eye on the riverbanks for native bears, beavers, deer and eagles.
Experience the wilderness and natural beauty of the Cost Mountain Range as you paddle down the Elaho River in Squamish, BC, during this full-day, guided, white-water rafting tour over class III and IV rapids. Gear up and climb aboard your raft with your guide and set off to see the forests, waterfalls, glaciers, and wild animals that call this place home.
The Cheakamus River winds through some of Squamish’s most beautiful wilderness terrain, and the powerful currents offer the perfect conditions for white-water rafting. On this tour, navigate the swirling twists and turns by raft with your guide at the helm, and experience wet and wild thrills and spills in the Canadian countryside. Your morning or afternoon tour includes all equipment plus round-trip travel from central Whistler.
Conquer the rapids on this white-water rafting trip along the Elaho River in Squamish Valley. After arriving at your starting point, you’ll learn the rafting rules, techniques, and safety procedures in order to navigate the Class III and IV rapids. Along the roughly 13 miles (20 kilometers) journey through British Columbia wilderness, see old-growth forests, dormant volcanoes, glaciers, and waterfalls, as well as possibly spot local wildlife.
From October through April join a small group, limited to 15, for a half-day wildlife excursion and scenic float on the Squamish River. Prime eagle-viewing season runs November–February, while shoulder seasons offer sightings of elk, bear, deer, waterfowl, and the occasional cougar. Marvel at snow-dusted Stawamus Chief Mountain, spring-melt waterfalls, the old-growth forests. Lunch, warm beverages, and a professional photographer make it a truly unique experience.
Experience a side of British Columbia's landscape rarely seen by visitors on an adrenaline-filled rafting tour through the Cheakamus River. In addition to navigating, your guide provides all necessary safety gear and points out landmarks along the way. Stress-free round-trip transport from Squamish and Whistler, a picnic lunch, and complimentary photo souvenirs make this tour a popular choice for visiting families.
Take on a daring but safe climbing experience — the Sea to Sky Corridor’s Via Ferrata in Squamish. Italian for ‘Iron Way,’ this engineered vertical adventure consists of metal rungs and a specialized cable system. Once you get used to how high up you are in the mountains, look around for fantastic views of Howe Sound and nearby peaks. With a secured route throughout, this fully guided tour is a fun outing for adventurers ages 8 and up.
Spend a leisurely evening floating on the Lower Squamish River with this gentle adventure. The small rapids you encounter may give a few splashes, but you and your family or group will be having too much fun to care. Take in the unmatched beauty of the British Columbia landscape and revel in the colors of the sunset in the Coastal Mountains.
Enjoy bird’s-eye views over the rugged Canadian wilderness on this 35-minute Squamish Valley flightseeing tour. Take to the skies with your pilot and watch as the rolling terrain of the Squamish Valley unfolds before you. Marvel at gigantic glaciers, shimmering alpine lakes, snow-capped peaks and plunging valleys across the Tantalus, Alpha, Ossa and Omega mountain ranges. Soar high over the breathtaking Garibaldi Provincial Park, nestled in the hills between Squamish and Whistler. With your headphones on, listen as your pilot sheds light on the region’s fascination geology.
Bundle up under a blanket with a mug of hot chocolate for a winter float on the river. The Squamish area is the winter habitat of bald eagles, and this excursion gives you the opportunity to learn about the majestic birds as you float through their domain. After the boat ride return to dry land just in time for a hearty meal before heading back to Vancouver.
Paddle, walk, and ride your way through British Columbia's unrivaled wilderness on an 8-hour tour from Squamish. The full-day excursion strikes the perfect balance of adventure and relaxation. Begin with a thrilling white water rafting experience along the Elaho and Squamish Rivers. Change into dry clothes and take the Sea-to-Sky Gondola into the mountains. Then, enjoy spectacular views of the Howe Sound, walking trails, and facilities at the top.
A gentle three hour tour of the Squamish Harbour and Estuary, exploring the ecology and waterways of this unique and beautiful environment.
Estuary ecosystems are comprised of salt marshes, mudflats, rocky intertidal shore, sea grass beds, tidal streams, and barrier beach habitats. The diversity of habitats found in estuaries, combined with the constant mixing of salt and fresh water produces a highly productive environment that is home to a great abundance of flora and fauna. When an abundance of organisms interact in an ecosystem, this area is said to be a hotspot for biodiversity. It is not out of the ordinary to encounter loons, blue herons, otters, harbour seals, bald eagles, and belted kingfishers.
The tours are in sheltered waters using stable single or double kayaks or SUPs, no experience necessary! All equipment is included.
Learn to mountain bike with your own private guide on this tour in Squamish. You don't have to worry about keeping up with a group or being left behind; a dedicated guide ensures you can move at your own pace. Walk away with a mastery of the sport's fundamental skills and some confidence for your next adventure.
Rent a mountain bike in Squamish to explore cross-country trails, single track, pump tracks, and more—there are more than 125 miles (201 km.) of Squamish mountain bike trails to choose from. With an available fleet of rental mountain bikes that range from extra small to extra large, you can select a bike that’s tailored to your size and riding style with premium perks such as dropper posts and hydraulic disk brakes.
Rent a stand-up paddleboard to explore Squamish by water. Spend some peaceful time on the water, working your arms and core while taking in the sights on the shore and the Coast Mountain landscape beyond. Choose a half-day or full-day experience depending on your schedule and budget. You'll begin with an introduction and safety briefing, which means that people of all skill levels can participate.
Eagles as far as the eye can see! Join our local guides at an exclusive location near Squamish on this interpretive Eagle tour. Let them guide you along the riverside to see Eagle, Salmon, ancient forest and more! Witness these natural phenomena in one of the most spectacular locations in the Sea to Sky Corridor, with incredible views of the river and surrounding mountains. Suitable for families, children and seniors. The perfect activity for photographers and wildlife enthusiasts.
Come and join us for a tasting and a tour of Gillespie's Fine Spirits award-winning craft distillery located in Squamish BC.
With a tasting room and well-known G-Spot cocktail lounge, Gillespie's was awarded "Best Cocktail in Squamish" in 2017. The lounge serves cocktails based on our own spirits distilled in-house a produce of Canadian grown fruit and grain. Mocktails available also.
Our guided mountain bike tours in Squamish, BC aim to show you the best trails that the area has to offer.
Discover some of Squamish’s best trail networks on a mountain biking tour suitable for riders of all skill levels and physical abilities.
Our local guides are certified instructors aim to create a perfect experience for you and your group based on your ability, riding preference, and trail conditions.
Hot showers included after your ride.
Explore British Columbia’s rugged wilderness on this 2-day camping and river-rafting trip in Squamish. Pull on your safety gear and paddle through the Elaho River’s class III and IV rapids with your guide. Navigate wild twists and turns through Canada’s Coast Mountain range. As the sun sets and night starts to fall, pitch camp by the fireside and fall asleep under the stars. Next morning, awake to coffee and pancakes, then pack your camping kit back into your raft and paddle onward to the end of your rafting adventure.
Join this unique viewpoint of majestic eagles this season as you enjoy a 4-hour relaxing float down the river. This ideal outdoor winter activity for families, children, seniors, photographers and anyone looking for a gentle and fun scenic outing of bird watching with a local guide before eating lunch at a nearby restaurant. Enjoy pick up from one of the following locations in Whistler
The Whistler option includes transportation from/to Whistler at the below times and locations:
Fairmont Chateau 10:15AM
Four Seasons 10:15AM
Gateway Taxi Loop 10:30AM
Legends creekside 10:40AM
HI Hostel 10:40AM
With this half-day mountain bike hire, explore British Columbia on-road and off-road without any rigid schedules. Ride around the mountains, forests, and valleys, exploring parts of the state that you simply can’t get to with a rental car, on mountain bikes designed in British Columbia and tested on British Columbia tracks. Tackle any of the region’s thrilling mountain bike tracks and get closer to nature than the road allows.