Also known as “the river of the grizzlies” the Babine River is considered one of the last unspoiled river trips in British Columbia.
This is expedition rafting at its best. During our fully inclusive 6 day trip you’ll raft through thick BC forest and narrow, intimate canyons. You’ll experience thrills and splashes as your guide navigates over big waves and through dramatically tight constrictions.
The Babine River is home to a variety of wildlife drawn to the area by the fantastic fishing; the river is teaming with Salmon that you can see filling eddies as you raft downstream. This abundance of fish attracts large numbers of Black and Grizzly Bears as well as Bald Eagles that you can often see fishing in the river as you raft by.
In addition to the wildlife, thrilling white water and natural beauty, the Babine River also has a deeply rooted native heritage. You will have the opportunity to hike to an abandoned village of the Gitksan people and further downstream you’ll witness some of the most visually impressive totems ever created at the native village of Kispiox before floating downstream to our take out.