Rafting expedition in Canada’s Yukon

Adventure hosted by Graham

10 days, Hosted in English

What you'll do

Get rugged on this 10-day river rafting adventure through Kluane National Park in Canada's Yukon territory.

We'll drive from Whitehorse to the National Park via the Alaskan Highway. We'll start our rafting excursion with class 2-3 rapids in the St. Elias mountains. We'll continue our trip down the Tatshenshini river to the Alsek, spotting moose and alpine glaciers on the way.

Observe the magnificence of Walker Glacier and row past hundreds of floating icebergs on Alsek Lake before flying back to Whitehorse.
We partnered with the Adventure Travel Trade Association, experts in adventure travel, to define best practices and standards for safety.

What's included

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  • Accommodations
    9 nights in a camping tent
  • Food
    10 breakfasts, 10 dinners, 10 lunches
  • Transportation
    1 plane ride, 1 car ride
  • Equipment
    Outdoor gear

Your itinerary

  • Day 1

    Alaskan Highway to Kluane National Park
    Journey from Whitehorse to the Kluane National Park via the Alaskan Highway.
  • Day 2

    River rafting in St. Elias
    Set off down river into the canyons of the St. Elias mountains. These are class 2-3 rapids
  • Day 3

    Rafting and moose watching
    Enjoy more relaxed river rafting as we make our way to Seediments Creek.
  • Day 4

    Relaxed hike to alpine meadow
    Chill out at camp, or hike to either a wildflower-filled meadow or picturesque Goat Ridge.
  • Day 5

    Spectacular scenery and splashy rapids
    We’ll raft through Monkey Wrench rapid. Gaze at the glacier-lined mountain surrounding you
  • Day 6

    Alsek River rafting
    Enjoy this unique part of the river, filled with sediment from the surrounding glaciers.
  • Day 7

    Walker Glacier
    Raft to the Walker Glacier, then do an optional hike to see its majesty up close.
  • Day 8

    Raft to Mount Fairweather
    Cut through the mountain range and take in views of Mount Fairweather.
  • Day 9

    Iceberg gazing
    Row past hundreds of enormous floating icebergs on Alsek Lake.
  • Day 10

    Flight to Whitehorse
    Collapse the rafts and board the plane for our flight back to Whitehorse.

Meet your Host, Graham

Host on Airbnb since 2016
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Since 1992, Canadian Outback Rafting has helped connect thousands of friends, families and groups with rivers, mountains and glaciers. And even more importantly, connect with each other. There’s something truly magical that happens on our rafting trips.

When you’re out with us you’ll notice our team focuses on two main priorities – your safety and your experience. We pay great attention to detail ensuring the well-being of you and every rafter. From first aid to equipment and training, the safety of you and your friends is always at the front of our minds. At the same time, we treat all our guests as VIPs.

Our team is dedicated to making your adventure on the river one of the best days of your life. We look forward to meeting you!
Since 1992, Canadian Outback Rafting has helped connect thousands of friends, families and groups with rivers, mountains and glaciers. And even more importantly, connect with each other. There’s something truly magical that happens on our rafting trips.

When you’re out with us you’ll notice our team focuses on two main priorities – your safety and your experience. We pay great attention to detail ensuring the well-being of you and every rafter. From first aid to equipment and training…
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Where you'll be

Kluane National Park, located near the Alaskan border, is a sprawling Canadian wilderness filled with peaks, glaciers, and rivers. The entrance to the park is a 2-hour drive from Whitehorse, Yukon's c

Things to know

Guest requirements

Be mindful of the ability required and risks associated with participating in this experience. Please consider conditions such as location, weather, and equipment.
Guests must be of legal drinking age to be served alcohol.
Guests ages 6 and up can attend, up to 10 guests total.
All participants must wear a protective face covering and practice social distancing.

Cancellation policy

Cancel within 24 hours of purchasing the adventure for a full refund.