Toby Creek

 Toby Creek is born from high alpine glaciers capping the Purcell's. It carves a turquoise ribbon through mountain wilderness and steep canyons as it rushes downstream to join the Columbia River.

This classic whitewater rafting adventure offers thrills and excitement through the twists and turns of the class I-III rafting section. This is a great trip for the first time whitewater rafter or the seasoned professional. Trip length approximately 2 hours.

 Toby Creek trips are based at Panorama Mountain Resort, just 30 minutes west of Invermere, B.C.  If you are coming for a whitewater rafting trip from the direction of Fairmont Hot Springs, enjoy the stunning drive about 35 minutes door to door!

Times and prices
Time
Location
Adult
Kids
 
10:00 A.M.
$59.00
$49.00
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1:00 P.M.
$59.00
$49.00
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4:00 P.M.
$59.00
$49.00
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(Prices do not include tax)

WE'RE ON MOUNTAIN TIME HERE. THE SAME TIME AS ALBERTA

 

Kids: 8 - 14 years 
Toby Creek waiver form Waiver form
DIRECTIONS TO TOBY CREEK OPERATION
more about rafting in Banff & Lake Louise

 

 

 

Just a quick note to THANK all your staff for our "GREAT" time today...a real treat for visitors and locals alike.....Special thanks to Bryan for his professionalism mixed perfectly with fun and his love of life....
Cheers Jim & Lor W.

 

 

...imagine a place!

Imagine a place... where families discover a life outdoors, where adventure seekers test their limits, where you're at home in the mountains. You've arrived at Panorama Mountain Village and the name says it all. After settling in, your kids discover their playground with new friends at Adventure Camp. You take a leisurely stroll along the Valley Trail enjoying a cooling breeze and the spectacular View of 1000 Peaks. And whitewater river rafting on Toby Creek is right in your backyard!

Panorama Resort

 

 

 

Panorama
View of Panorama Mountain Village from 1000 Peaks Lodge

 
 

 
We provide

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Dot  PFDs
Dot  Spray Jackets
Dot  Helmets
Dot  River shoes
Dot  Licensed Professional Guides
Dot  Professional Photographer
Dot  Change rooms

 

 

 
Pleae Bring

Dot  Bathing suit (you'll wear it under your wet suit)
Dot  Towel
Dot  Warm fleece if weather dictates

Please do not bring
Dot  Jewelry and Valuables
Dot  Cameras (unless waterproof)

 

 

 


Kicking Horse River

Safety and Experience Count!

At Kootenay River Runners our focus is safety and quality, and our record speaks for us. Our guides come back year after year. They are Trip Leaders with years of white water rafting experience, and they are all certified in swift water rescue and wilderness first aid. They are knowledgeable about the area and are passionate about what they do. We know that they well make your river rafting experience unforgettable.

WE'RE FAMOUS! Kootenay River Runners made the first descent of the Kicking Horse River in 1980 (See the Golden Star, Wednesday May 21, 1980) and we knew we were on to something great! Since that day we have taken over 200,000 people rafting down the Kicking Horse River, and thousands more rafting on our other rivers. Spend a day with us and you'll understand what makes us so passionate about our jobs! Spend a day with us and we're sure you'll be back again for more whitewater rafting thrills!

Click here for FAQ's on the Toby Creek

 

Did you know?

Daryl, the owner of Kootenay River Runners, was the first person to go whitewater rafting  down the Kicking Horse River in May of 1980 and the first to start commercial rafting operations on Toby Creek. 

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