Elaho-Squamish River


South of Whistler Village in Paradise Valley, the Elaho-Squamish River provides thrill-seekers with the challenge they so crave from a whitewater rafting experience. The Class 3 and 4 rapids you will encounter on this TAG Whistler whitewater rafting adventure will pit the true power of nature up against your paddle crew. Enjoy both a river snack on your journey and a tasty BBQ lunch after your tour. Every aspect of this adventure, including the gorgeous drive to the river, will envelop your senses and allow you to gain even more appreciation for the wild wilderness of the Coast Mountains.

  • Closed for the season, back spring 2020
  • Duration: 8 hours return (approx.), 3 hours on the water
  • Includes: Wetsuit, BBQ Lunch, Guide, FREE Photos
  • Price: $189.99 Adult , $169.99 Youth (12-16 yrs)
  • Departs: 8:30am
  • Minimum Weight: 90 lbs

Frequently Asked Questions



What do I bring?

A bathing suit and towel is all that is required. Wedge Rafting BC provides complimentary farmer-john wetsuits, wetsuit jackets and
boots to keep you comfortable, rain or shine.

Can children raft?

For the Green River, the minimum age and weight is 10 years old & 90 pounds. The Elaho-Squamish Rivers require a minimum age of 12 years old & 90 pounds.


All guests must sign a legal release of liability waiver prior to participating in any activity.



Do I need to be able to swim to raft?

Although the ability to swim is an asset it’s not essential on the Green River. The BC rafting guides will go over all the safety info and will teach you everything you need to know about rafting with us. However if you would like to raft the Elaho-Squamish Rivers we would prefer you to be able to swim.

Are there changing facilities?

We have a change room in Whistler for our local rivers as well as a change facility in the Paradise Valley for all Cheakamus & Elaho excursions.

Do I have to be fit to go rafting?

We take people rafting of all shapes and sizes and of all fitness
levels. The Green River is appropriate for
all abilities and the Elaho-Squamish is a bigger
river which requires higher levels of exertion.

Can I bring a camera?

Only waterproof cameras should be brought on the rafts. Our highly trained photographer’s will be stationed riverside at some of the most exciting moments to capture your adventure. Photos are FREE and can be found here to download >> tagwhistlerphotos.ca.

Rafting is not recommended to anyone with back injuries


A certain amount of strain and physical demands are placed on you while rafting.
The Elaho-Squamish River has a bumpy access road which could aggrevate pre-existing back injuries.

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