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16 Sep 2016
“A must do”
28 Aug 2016
“Out of the way and not worth it”
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Reviewed 16 September 2016

I was extremely scared about doing this class 3 rapid trip but my husband really wanted to do the rafting so I agreed. I am so pleased he persuaded me as it was great fun. Yes you do get wet & cold but the best...More

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Reviewed 29 August 2016

We were on our way to Salmon Arm from the Seattle area and chose the Fraser River route because it was designated as a scenic highway on the map. I believe it added perhaps as much as 1 1/2 hours to our trip and, frankly,...More

Thank PTChristine
Reviewed 8 October 2015

Fraser River was named for explorer/surveyor Simon Fraser. Although our tour bus rode for miles along this significant body of water, we stopped only at Hell’s Gate, in Hope, BC. We enjoyed phenomenal views of the river at Hell’s Gate, after descending in an expensive...More

Thank DeanMurphy2020
Reviewed 22 August 2014

Driving from Kamloops to Vancouver - we drove the Fraser River Valley. Enjoyed the beautiful scenery along the river. Saw several rafting companies doing the rapids on the way. Big horn sheep next to the road. Drivers in Canada can be very agressive (you will...More

Thank rollngstone
Reviewed 28 July 2014

Scary and breathtaking! You have to drive it to believe it! Windy roads along the cliff with no guard rails, all dirt roads (logging routes) with wildlife around every corner and a beautiful view of the Fraser River along the way.

Thank RaquelON
Reviewed 17 December 2012

There are several areas along the south side of the Fraser River that offer lovely walking trails and much sought after fishing spots. From Hope through Chilliwack down to Island 22 one can enjoy long walks and fantastic fishing opportunities. Further west, the Matsqui Trail...More

Thank Heather7A7
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