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The Wet & Wild Elaho Exhilarator rafting trip is one of our most popular rafting adventures, and for good reason.

Our talented team of professional river guides will teach you the skills necessary to ride big waves and catch air as you navigate down the Class 3-4 Elaho and Squamish Rivers. Your courage will be tested as you travel through the infamous “Devil’s Elbow” section of the rapids, as seen on TV’s famous Eco-Challenge Adventure Race. Depending on the water levels, you’ll also be able to swim through some small rapids and enjoy a few laughs as your crewmates scramble to stay on board.

Additional Info

Duration: 5 hours 30 minutes
Starts: Squamish-Lillooet, Canada
Trip Category: Water Sports >> Other Water Sports



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The Wet & Wild Elaho Exhilarator rafting trip is one of our most popular rafting adventures, and for good reason.

Our talented team of professional river guides will teach you the skills necessary to ride big waves and catch air as you navigate down the Class 3-4 Elaho and Squamish Rivers. Your courage will be tested as you travel through the infamous “Devil’s Elbow” section of the rapids, as seen on TV’s famous Eco-Challenge Adventure Race. Depending on the water levels, you’ll also be able to swim through some small rapids and enjoy a few laughs as your crewmates scramble to stay on board.

Itinerary

Book a Boat to secure a private raft for 4-8 people on our Wet and Wild Elaho Exhilarator. Bring your group for an afternoon of rafting in the Squamish Valley, and reconnect with nature and world-class scenery. Along with some of North America’s most exhilarating rapids, your river journey will take you through approximately 20km’s of British Columbia’s most inspiring wilderness including: old growth forests, dormant volcanoes, towering glaciers, and stunning waterfalls that cascade hundreds of feet towards the river.



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