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Venture Into the Columbia Valley Wetlands with a First Rate View

Paddle your way through the Columbia Valley’s protected wetlands that must be seen to be truly appreciated. With abundant wildlife and foliage a trip down the majestic Columbia River will not soon be forgotten. This is a great day for groups, families, or couples. The peacefulness of the river provides an up close experience with nature that can’t be matched elsewhere.

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Columbia River Paddle

Venture into the fertile Columbia Valley Wetlands with a first rate view. Discover the Columbia River Wetland’s secrets about the river/wetlands and human history and facts about local bird, fish, reptiles and animal life. Columbia River Paddle is your outdoor adventure center for self-guided canoe and kayak and interpretive tours in the Columbia Valley. Shuttle service provided to destinations within the Columbia Valley to get you on the river and back again.

Rentals from Main Location – Athalmer (beside Pete’s Marina)

2-hour canoe/ double kayak $60.00
2-hour single kayak $50.00
4-hour canoe/ double kayak $80.00
4-hour single kayak $60.00
Full day canoe/ double kayak $100.00
Full day single kayak $80.00
2-hour Standup paddle board $45.00
4-hour Standup paddle board $55.00
Full day standup paddle board $70.00

Voucher pick-up in Radium Hot Springs, BC

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Invermere to Radium Self-Guided paddle tour – Athalmer

Canoe/double kayak (2ppl) $135.00
Canoe (3ppl) $160.00
Canoe (4ppl) $185.00
Single Kayak $85.00
Invermere to Radium GUIDED $95.00
Wetlands Tour GUIDED $49.00

Voucher pick-up in Radium Hot Springs, BC

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Guided or not guided you won’t soon forget the majestic views and amazing wildlife you find on your paddle or float adventure from Invermere to Radium along the Columbia River. The source of the Columbia River is just south of where you’ll rent your kayak, canoe or paddleboard, making it’s way north (yes, north!) the river flows past Revelstoke, BC before turning south and eventually flowing out into the Pacific Ocean in Oregon, USA. But your few hours traveling on this mighty river will be a great way to peacefully unwind, soak up nature and experience the best of the Columbia Valley.

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