Wild Blue Yonder rafting company will get you out on the winding Sulphur River for a scenic adventure.
The Grande Cache region is intimately connected by lakes and rivers, giving the region a sense of calm while at the same time the white waters of the Sulphur and Smoky Rivers are a powerful force – perfect for white-water rafting adventures. Wild Blue Yonder rafting operates a number of tours out of Grande Cache each summer giving visitors a thrill a minute.
Kyle Stephens, a friendly, outgoing guide had us laughing at his silly jokes all day. The Canyon Whitewater trip is at the bottom of Sulphur Valley. Rocky outcrops, dense forest, and at times, towering rock walls line the canyon as we meandered our way along the water under Stephen's skilled rafting abilities. He spent years guiding in South America but now happily guides in Grande Cache. “There is a special feeling to the strong waters of the Sulphur and Smoky. This area is beautiful and I feel connected,” he says.
My rafting experience was so exhilarating that I'm thinking I'd love to get out in June when the river is really rocking after the run-off. By August, rapids are smaller and it's the best time for families with children as young as eight.
And it's not too early to think about your next adventure with Wild Blue Yonder Rafting. They are now offering pre-booking for the 2021 season. So start picturing yourself in the thrill of the moment rocking along (refreshing splashes included!) along the scenic Sulphur River.