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Canadian Outback Rafting Co. is ready to welcome outdoor explorers and thrill seekers back into the great outdoors this summer for a local escape in the Squamish Valley.
Rafting in Squamish Valley / Photo: Canadian Outback Rafting

You know the feeling. After months of spending all of your time indoors, you’re itching to go play outside.

Luckily, Canadian Outback Rafting Co. is ready to welcome outdoor explorers and adventure seekers back into the great outdoors this summer for a local escape in the Squamish Valley.

In accordance with provincial health recommendations, Canadian Outback Rafting Co., which is currently open to sea-to-sky-locals, aims to expand their reopening to include all B.C. residents at the start of June. 

And, given the nature of rafting being set in wide-open spaces, this outdoor activity can be done with physical distancing in mind for guests and staff.

Committed to maintaining their extremely high standards of health and safety, the guidelines outlined in their safe operating procedures is their top priority. Physical distance will be practiced at the base as well as conducted in each raft with two groups of two. In terms of cleaning protocols, all gear is disinfected through a five step process and will not be used for several days between trips. 

White water river rafting allows riders to be one with the rapids and the surrounding mountains landscape while in good company. No matter if you’re a beginner or more experienced, this is the perfect adventure to embark on with your small social circle, whether that includes your roommates or your immediate family.

Wet & Wild Elaho Exhilarator / Photo: Canadian Outback Rafting

Have fun with your thrill-seeking friends with the truly exhilarating Wet & Wild Elaho Exhilarator, where you will navigate through some of North America’s most daring Class 3-4 rapids, including the infamous Devil’s Elbow stretch. 

Your journey along the Elaho and Squamish rivers will take your group through approximately 20 kms of incredible wilderness, including towering old growth forests, cascading waterfalls, and appearances from B.C’s wildlife. It’ll be a three hour trip your social bubble won’t ever forget.

Make a splash and a lot of memories with the whole family with Cheakamus Splash Rafting. This family-friendly excursion, open to those five years and up, which will take you and your loved ones along the glacier-fed, jade-tinted waters of Cheakamus River for a fun yet gentle 1.5 hour ride. You’ll also learn all about the Squamish First Nations, a key part of the history of the area, from your raft guide.

Cheakamus Splash Rafting / Photo: Canadian Outback Rafting

For a more serene and still evening activity, try the Scenic Twilight Float, which features a quiet river flow on Squamish Rover as dusk settles over the breathtakingly beautiful scenery of the Stawamus Chief, Mount Garibaldi, Shannon Falls, and the Coast Mountains. This peaceful and meditative hour will be the perfect end to the perfect day of enjoying the outdoor adventures that B.C. has to offer. 

To make the experience accessible and stress-free, Canadian Outback Rafting Co. is offering special pricing through their book your own boat packages for guests who reserve a private raft.

Use the code raft_van20 to receive 10% off your booking. This code is valid on all book a boat options as well as regular bookings for Elaho Exhilarator, Cheakamus Splash Rafting, and Scenic Twilight Float.

For more information on Canadian Outback Rafting Co., visit

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