Adventure, travel and exhilarating days on the river are all part of being a raft guide.
Glacier Raft Company is now offering a 12 day Professional and Recreational Raft Guide Certification Course in conjunction with the College of the Rockies.
We love where we work!
From the river to the mountains to the town of Golden itself, the environment we immerse ourselves in daily creates quite an enjoyable atmosphere. It is a reason the majority of our staff return year-after-year.
But just like the river itself, there are always challenges to overcome.
And that is the beauty of rivers – they are constantly flowing, and always changing. It is one of the many reasons it has taught us so much throughout the years.
With rafting season now in full swing, our guests are pumped and ready to get out on the water to have some fun. For many, white water rafting is just another part of their summer adventure: they are ready and willing to make the best out of their day!
But for many others, white water rafting is a new experience – a trip where they are not sure what to expect. That is OK!
White water rafting is a new experience for many people. If you’ve never joined us at Glacier Raft Company, or you’ve never been rafting at all, you’re bound to have a number of questions.
We know some people enjoy the element of surprise when it comes to a new experience, and others like to know in advance exactly what to expect.
This video showcases some of the highlights from one of our trips.
It has been an unusually warm winter in B.C., and while there are many skiers and snowboarders amongst us, we’ve been making the best of it.
The Kicking Horse thawed extremely early this year and as soon as we saw water we knew we had to explore.