One Day Upper Tatshenshini Rafting
Our Tatshenshini Day Trip is a world-class guided rafting excursion through gorgeous alpine scenery and exciting class 3 and 4 whitewater rapids.
Thanks to our guides’ expertise and the river’s versatility, our Tat Day trip is open to all ages and ability levels and the excitement level is catered to whoever is in the boat.
Whether you are looking for a rowdy, high-adrenaline day with a group of friends or a calmer day with young kids, the Tatshenshini has it all.
The trip departs from our camp on the Blanchard River at 10:30am and ends around 4pm. The meeting location for the trip is at our camp on the Haines Highway, a 2.5-3-hour drive from Whitehorse – an extremely scenic drive in itself.
We provide wetsuits, paddling gear, lunch and a bus shuttle back to your vehicle at the end of the trip.
For more information about the day trip, check out our frequently asked questions.
Note: Grizzlies, bald eagle and spawning salmon are a common sight.
Arrive at 10:00am (no later than 10:30).
Trip departs at 11:00am.
Stop for lunch in mid day.
Take Out at around 3:00pm (Depending on group size, water level, lunch time, etc.).
Shuttle back to your vehicles at around 4:00pm.
How to Get Here:
From Whitehorse (drive is approximately 2.5 hours):
Drive West, highway # 1 to Haines Junction; 154 kms
Drive South, Highway # 3 towards Haines Alaska; 101 kms
Put in: Just past the BC/Yukon border, about 300 metres, turn right. You will see the sign.
If you come from Haines:
Just past the Blanchard River bridge, 300 metres, turn left.
If you arrive at the Yukon/BC border you have passed it by 300 metres.
Pricing & Dates
Available daily from May – August.
Cost: $190 CAD per person / $165 CAD kids 13 & under, all necessary paddling equipment and lunch included
Ask about group rates.
Prices are subject to change without notice. 5% GST applicable to all prices.
Tatshenshini Day Trip Meeting Location
“One of the best ways to spend a summer day in Yukon.”
Rafted the Tatshenshini River day trip. The guides were amazing, lunch was tasty, the wetsuit kept me warm, and the rafts were comfortable. We laughed and squealed through the rapids and all of the play between rafters. We flipped, we swam, we laughed. A really good time was had by all! Now to raft the Tutshi River.