Join us for the only adventure of its kind in western Canada. Our Canyoning trip includes a full day of rappels, descents, waterfalls, pools, and a one of a kind experience. Great for beginners or outdoor enthusiasts alike, our expert guides teach and assist you with all the necessary skills to safely maneuver and descend down this incredible canyon.
Participants will not only experience one of the most unique experiences in the Canadian Rockies, they will also enjoy amazing, remote views overlooking the eastern boundary of Jasper National Park. We provide all the necessary technical equipment and instructions.
Price: $185 per person
Where: Just on the Edge of Jasper National Park, in Brule AB
Group size: 3 - 8 Participants per group
Minimum Age& Ab ility:
Due to the nature of this trip we require all participants to be at least 15 years of age. Participants due not require any previous rope or rappelling experience, they must though be relatively comfortable with heights.
What do we provide:
All the necessary technical equipment including wetsuits, guides, transportation in and out of the canyon as well as safety instructions and rappel clinic.
A Little More Info About the Trip:
On the day of the trip all participants and guides meet at our staging area in Brule Alberta. We provide the additional 15 min shuttle down a rough 4x4 road to the start of the canyon. From here a 20 - 30 min hike brings us to the top of the ridge and the start of our canyon adventure. Everyone suits up and in order to ensure safety your guides will go thru a mandatory rappel and rope safety clinic with all participants. From here we also start the first of eight rappels; the canyon itself takes approx. 4-5 hours to descend and includes 5 dry and 3 wet rappels. We return by late afternoon early evening.
*Note: This trip may be subject to itinerary change or in an extreme case even possible cancellation due to unexpected water levels and/or weather conditions. We will try to accommodate trips accordingly.
What should participatns bring:
Bathing suit, towel, lunch, water or something to drink, an extra change of warm clothes, a small day pack, sturdy runners or light hiking boots (no sandals or open toed shoes)
How to book your trip:
Our canyoning season usually runs between June to mid September. Bookings can be made through our website for regular booking dates (weekend as well as weekday departures), or by phone for any additional dates during the week. Please be ready to provide a credit card when booking by phone. You can call us, and we are normally available between the hours of 8am - 6pm Mountain standard Time.
Do you have questions or are you looking for some more info:
If you have any questions or would like some more information please contact us anytime by email or phone. We would love to help answer your questions or set up a trip for your or your group of friends.
10:00 am:Meet and greet at our staging area in Brule Alberta (we provide driving directions upon booking). You get to know your guides and other members of the group. Here your guides will provided with all the necessary equipment for the trip. Participants will be shuttled by van an additional 8km by rough 4 x4 dirt road to the mouth of the canyon. An approximate 30-45 min hike brings us to the top of the canyon ridge and the start of our adventure.
11:00 am: We gear up! Before we begin with our first rappel your guides will go thru a mandatory safety briefing, and rappel clinic. Your guides make sure everyone is ready and safely prepared for the canyon.
12:00am: We begin the descent of the canyon with the first of eight rappels.
12:00am - 4:00pm: It takes approximately 4 - 5 hours to descend the entire length of the canyon which includes 5 dry and 3 wet rappels.
4:00-5:00pm: Return to Vehicles, unpack and undress gear. Return trip home
*Please Note: The itinerary may change according to unforeseen events, ability level and speed of group.
Weather conditions can change quickly in the outdoors therefore it is essential to have proper equipment and even prepare for extreme conditions to ensure your comfort and most importantly your safety. Try to avoid cotton fabrics as they provide very little insulating value when wet and are very slow drying. Rely mainly on fleece, wools and synthetics as these fabrics still provide substantial insulating value even when wet (which can frequently occur in the outdoors). In early and late summer it is not uncommon that 0 degress C or below freezing temperatures can occasionally occur, thus it is important to always bring enough warm clothing. When selecting equipment pay attention to quality as this may greatly enhance your enjoyment and comfort. Do not bring external frame backpacks.
-Fleece jacket or fleece sweater
-Rain gear (water proof Jacket and pants Gore-Tex or equivalent)