Quebec in Canada is known for its rivers and whitewater rafting tours, without a doubt one of its top watersport activities. Interested in playing in Quebec’s great outdoors and clean fresh air, with a splash of adrenaline ? With friends or family, set out on a guided river rafting adventure in complete safety. For surfers and kayakers and rafters from around the world, Quebec rivers have no secrets and, above all, they are known world-class thanks to their high flow.
Experience near Montréal:
Discover the ultimate white water rafting experience on the Red River, the perfect family activity at 1:45 min drive from Montreal.
The Rouge River is known worldwide for the quality of rafting you can practice on. The river offers two main rafting sections (the Canyon and the 7 Sisters), offering different difficulty levels, depending on the water level… and your need of adrenaline!
Experience near Québec:
There is also have a great place near Québec at 42km drive, directed by Annie Bergevin, member of the Canadian women white water rafting team, and former world champion raft.
Come discover the Jacques Cartier River with your whole family! Experience a completely safe rafting adventure with your family. It is the perfect combination for a day filled with fun, adventure and excitement, while staying safe at all times. Different packages are offered in order to please each member of your family.
The Jacques Cartier River takes its source in the Jacques Cartier Lake near "L’Étape" in the Laurentians Park. It runs for 177 km all the way down to the St-Lawrence River near Donnacona.
Canada is one of the best countries in the world for rafting and there are amazing rivers in the Rockies (certainly tourist), but also unique rivers near Chilko Lake lodge only accessible by helicopter.
If you are seeking for a tailor-made trip to Canada that includes a unique rafting experience, please call us on +44 20 7148 1778 or send us an enquiry.
This information was provided by our partners in Canada - Sentiers Privés.
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