Come and experience the most popular whitewater rafting river in Quebec, the Rouge River. Considered as one of the best whitewater rafting excursions in America, the Rouge River offers first class III+ rapids. Half and full day trips are available daily throughout the summer.
For the more adventurous you can try a trip down the river in the smaller 13' raft. You must have some rafting experience on the Rouge River to do this tour. Being physically fit is also a prerequisite. Since small boats are extremely responsive, risks of capsizing are high and frequent. However, they allow quick and easy movement in order to tackle all waves.
For families with younger children, come for a special family outing and ride down one of the tamer sections of the Rouge River. This 'softer' package is ideal if you want to swim or just relax. You will discover magnificent sandy beaches and safely ride down Class 3 rapids.
Situated on the river shore, the rafting center offers an array of white water activities, including a complete BBQ meal, a hot tub, interior showers, a swimming pool, a natural beach sun deck and all.
Two day packages are also available. The guides offer a variety of activities: rafting, kayaking and resort activities. The two day package include your choice of activities, mid-day snack and complete BBQ dinner on Day 1 and complete breakfast and mid snack on Day 2, one night of camping with campfire and access to the centre's facilities.
late April to early September
All trips include a highly qualified guide to take you safely down the river.
Participants must weigh at least 90 lbs to participate in the regular rafting run. If doing the trip in the smaller 13' raft you would also basic swimming skills and some past rafting experience.
For the family trip participants need to weight at least 50 lbs.
Requirements: Tents and sleeping bags for overnight trips.
The full day trip is 2 runs with 4-5 hours of rafting.
The half day Express trip is 1 run with 2-3 hours of rafting.
The family trip is 3 hours of rafting.
Trips originate near the town of Kilmar on the Rouge River, about 60 minutes from Montreal, Quebec or Ottawa, Ontario.
Summer temperatures average between 15 and 25 degrees Celsius.
Rafts and equipment, inflatable kayaks, wet suits, use of the resort facilities.
Swim suit, sweater, running shoes, windbreaker, towel, dry change of clothes, hat, socks gloves.
Waterproof camera, sunscreen, daypack, water bottle, sunglasses.
Not included on the single day packages but available at local motels, bed and breakfasts or camping.
The 2 day packages includes one night of camping. Alternative lodging nearby can also be arranged.
The resort has showers, swimming pool and hot tub, volleyball and a club house.
Full day trips include a mid-day snack and complete BBQ meal.
Half day Express tour and family tour includes mid-day snack.
Two day packages include two mid-day snacks, one dinner and one breakfast.
|1 day tour, available late April - early September|
$79.00 / per person - CAD
Half day Express trip. 1 run.
$130.00 / per person - CAD
Full day trip. 2 runs.
$145.00 / per person - CAD
Full day trip in smaller 6 person raft.
$75.00 / per person - CAD
Family raft trip.
$75.00 / per youth 17 years old and under - CAD
Family raft trip.
|2 day tour, available late April - early September|
$190.00 / per person - CAD
One day of whitewater rafting, one free day at the resort, one night of camping.
$290.00 / per person - CAD
One day of whitewater rafting, one day of sportyaking, one night of camping.
Toll free phone number: 1-800-461-3300