2 hours - $65.00 per person, $100.00 double run in same day. (minimum 90 lbs and 14 years old).
Once per year BC Hydro provides river flows and access to this fun and splashy section of river. A short but exciting river trip - not for the faint of heart! 3 tours per day: 10:00am or 1:00pm or 4:00pm. Limited seats, book in advance so that you are not disappointed!
To view a video highlights of the 2010 Puntledge tour, click here
3 hours - Adults $125.00, Youth $115.00.
Experience the latest addition to BC's Heritage Rivers by rafting on the Campbell River. We explore the Elk Falls Canyon before we run the fun splashy river section past First Island. Half way down the river, we stop on the river bank of the Roderick Haig Brown Heritage property. You will be treated with a guided tour of the property and library where Roderick sat to write many of his novels and children stories while staring out over the river. This is an easy trip suitable for almost everyone, with past participants ranging in age from 5 to 95 years old. A great introduction to rafting with the option of paddling or just sitting and going for the ride!
All season rafting.
Daily 9am and 1pm Tours Available. Need Reservations.
Float – Fly – Food – Fun – Falls – Fabulous – Fanciful – Fantastic – Fascinating – Flavourful
Approx. 6.5hrs - Adults $368.00, Youth $332.00.
Corilair Charters and Destiny River Adventures have partnered to treat our guests to an amazing combination of flight seeing, scenic river rafting, food, and experiencing the lifestyle of locals who live “off the grid” at two remote coastal locations.
A morning departure starting with the Snorkel with Salmon and a 12:30pm departure that starts with your flight. The tour combination is approximately 6 ½ hours from start to finish.
Experience the latest addition to BC’s Heritage Rivers by floating the Campbell River. Explore the canyon before running the fun splashy section past the island. Float past Roderick Haig-Brown’s Heritage House looking for salmon, eagles, kingfishers, seals and other wildlife to the river estuary.
From late July to October rafters can also snorkel with the salmon. The crystal clear water allows rafters to view salmon in their natural environment - or get into the river pools teeming with thousands of salmon. All five species of Pacific salmon can be found over the course of the fall run, starting with pinks in late July and finishing with chum in October.
This is an easy trip suitable for almost everyone, with past participants ranging in age from 5 to 95 years old. A great introduction to rafting with the option of paddling or just sightseeing and going for the ride!
Your journey off the path begins with a super scenic floatplane flight to the settlement of Refuge Cove, which borders Desolation Sound. Completely off the grid (no public access via ferries, roads or public utilities), Refuge offers our guests the unique experience of a visit at a remote community rich in history from the pioneering days of the coast. After a pause to soak up the local ambiance of this truly unique lifestyle, our aerial tour continues as we traverse Teakerne Arm (making sure everyone takes in the picturesque Teakerne Falls, enroute to a wilderness lodge, for the chance to meet and eat with the locals, taste some fresh locally prepared foods and further experience the remote coastal lifestyle. The local hospitality and history, is enhanced by the final leg of our journey through the Discovery Islands back to beautiful downtown Campbell River, where our journey cumulates, with wonderful memories of rivers, rafts, wildlife, wilderness, pioneers, history, floatplanes and great local cuisine.
4.5 hours - Adults $125.00, Youth $115.00.
The Oyster River run is a great introduction to rafting for the novice paddler. It's great for everyone - including the youngsters. A few water fights and rapids gets everyone wet on a hot spring day. If you have a youth group, young family or limited time in the area this is the trip for you.
All season rafting.
To view video highlights of a 2010 Oyster River Splash, click here