Paddle the Bow River in a Big Canoe

Explore the Bow River just like the early explorers and fur traders did. Our certified guides will take you on a rare river adventure. You will get to experience a short portage, learn some strokes, and enjoy a casual paddle down the Bow River where you can see birds, bears, elk, beavers, and moose. A truly Canadian experience.

-Meet your Guide in Seebe.
-Sign waivers and then hop into our spacious van.
-We will drive you 15 mins up the river to the put-in.
-Assist your guide in portaging the canoe a short distance down to the river. Don't worry, we use a cart so it's rather easy.
-Your guide will deliver a safety briefing, dryland paddling lesson, and then you are ready to go!
-Enjoy the mountain views while you paddle down the Bow River. Your voyage will be 1-1.5 hours depending on conditions and flow.
-Your journey ends back at your vehicle, where you'll assist your guide to pull the boat out of the water and say farewell.

  • No canoe expereince is necessary.
  • Participants should be able to swim.
  • Kids must be 8 years or older
  • Lifejackets will be provided and must be worn for the duration of the tour.


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