Water Levels at Their Peaks in Vancouver, Coast & Mountains

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604 Pulse, Vancouver, Coast & Mountains official blog, tells you where to get wet & wild on British Columbia rivers this summer.

River Rafting in Vancouver, Coast & Mountains

River Rafting in Vancouver, Coast & Mountains

There are few places in the world where so many rivers are within such easy reach of a major city.

The summer heat is hitting the Vancouver, Coast & Mountains Tourism Region. With only five weekends left in the season, don't miss the boat on conquering some of the province’s best rapids.

Have a blast navigating the whitewater now that rivers are completely open and rapid levels have hit their peaks. The spectacular scenery of the Coastal and Cascade mountain ranges combined with the warm weather and warm water make for a perfect getaway. Take on rapids like the Meatgrinder, located on the Nahatlatch River, or bask in the unspoiled old growth forests along the Elaho. Experience the Thompson Rivers rolling waves and dramatic canyons.

From exhilarating multi-day trips, family style floats, campouts and “glamping”, there are few places in the world where so many rivers are within such easy reach of a major city. There are less than 40 days left in the season so don’t miss out on experiencing one of the most popular outdoor activities in the region – now better than ever!

604Pulse.com is the official blog of the Vancouver, Coast & Mountains tourism region and is dedicated to providing locals and visitors personal insight into the cool things to see and do in the region.

About Vancouver, Coast & Mountains: Vancouver, Coast & Mountains, one of six tourism regions of Super, Natural British Columbia, includes four destination areas: Metro Vancouver, Sea to Sky Country, Mighty Fraser Country, and the Sunshine Coast. This non-profit society is governed by a private sector board of directors who represent business and community tourism interests from throughout the region. VCMBC works with Tourism British Columbia to utilize their combined resources and provide greater benefits to the provincial tourism industry through an integrated web presence. For more information about Vancouver, Coast & Mountains visit our website or call 604-739-9011.

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