At Canadian River Expeditions & Nahanni River Adventures we lead premium class expedition style rafting and canoeing journeys in Canada and Alaska – from 5 to 21 days – on world renowned rivers such as the Nahanni, Tatshenshini, Alsek, Firth and 16 other scenic coastal, mountain and arctic rivers. All worthy items for your bucket-list!
Find out why National Geographic Adventure Magazine named us one of the “Best Adventure Travel Companies on Earth”.
Watch our new 3-minute video highlighting a rafting journey down the Tatshenshini River.
Our expeditions are more than just river adventures – they are continued exploration of the finest wilderness regions on the planet. Using the river as a conduit to travel through the land, on each journey we take time to hike, explore, learn and savour the beauty of these wild places.
We lead multi-day paddling expeditions on the best rivers in Northern Canada and Alaska. Every river we travel is stunningly beautiful, with world class features, great hiking and richly colourful histories.
The Wind River is an Arctic wilderness river renowned for its crystal clear waters, friendly whitewater and awe-inspiring hiking. For paddlers with basic whitewater skills the Wind river is an inviting waterway that takes you deep into a vast, untouched landscape, home to abundant wildlife and wildflowers with a unique cultural and historical significance.Read More
While we have been exploring the Alsek river and learning its intricacies for decades, there is always something new to discover and 2020 was no different! There was rumour of a cave system in the lower river valley and that was enough to set us off on the search.Read More
The legends that surround the Nahanni River never feel more alive than when we are on the river. But for some of our guests the connection with the past is much more tangible! Dive in as guest, explorer and naturalist George W. Scotter shares his memories of connecting with Albert Faille during the original survey for the establishment of Nahanni National Park Reserve!Read More
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