Joins us on the spectacular Bow River, located approximately an hour west of Calgary on the edge of Banff National Park. Our scenic half/full day fully guided and self guided canoe rental packages allow travellers, adventure seekers, and those looking to get off the beaten path to take in the Rockies in a totally unique way. Enjoy an amazing day paddling the turquoise waters of the Bow River. At the C.W.S.X we provide canoe shuttles between Banff, Canmore, and Seebee. We provide half day shuttles from Bow Falls in Banff to Canmore as well as from Canmore to the Seebee Bridge. Full day shuttles are also available from Banff to Seebee a total of approximately 48 km of river paddling. Fully guided trips are also available
Price: Half Day (Banff - Canmore): $100 CAD per canoe
Full Day (Banff - Seebe): $120 CAD per canoe
*Note: 2 Adults and 2 children maximum per canoe
Duration: Half day = 3 - 6 hours
Full Day = 6 - 8 hours
Group Size: 2 - 8 Participants
Season: May - October
(All equipment is organized for two participant)
Shuttle from Canmore & Banff
2020/21 Days of Operation:
Our Summer Season Canoe Rental packages run between May & October.
Your credit card will be charged the full amount upon purchase. We accept VISA, & Mastercard. You may cancel your booking at any time up to 48 hours prior to the start date pf your trip. Cancelations must be made in writing and can be emailed to our office at: firstname.lastname@example.org You will receive a full refund minus a 20% non-refundable booking fee per cancelled person. Cancellations less than 48 hours prior start date will be issued a refund.
Looking for a Guided Trip:
Looking to go with an experienced guide? Contact us anytime and try one of our scenic & beginner friendly canoe day trips . Included is all necessary equipment, experienced guide(s), shuttle (to and from Banff or Canmore), as well as lunch.
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.