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2015 Golden BC Camping Guide
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New Tour for 2014 Kicking Horse River – Wapta Falls Wild & Scenic
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Kicking Horse River Conditions – June 2nd 2014
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Kicking Horse River Raft Guides 2014
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Canadian Rockies Summer Camping Guide
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April 25th Kicking Horse River Level Update
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Kicking Horse River Rafting Giveaway
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Top 5 Things to do in Winter near the Kicking Horse River
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Golden, BC in the Canadian Rockies – A history
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Kicking Horse Canyon Highway Project Update

2015 Golden BC Camping Guide

Camping along the Kicking Horse River is pristine, primitive, and a unique camping experience not to be missed. Conveniently located 15 mins east of Golden, just a few kilometres off the Beaten Track ( aka: The Trans Canada Highway) you will quickly find yourself at home along the banks of the Kicking Horse River. The[…]

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New Tour for 2014 Kicking Horse River – Wapta Falls Wild & Scenic

GOLDEN, British Columbia, June 19, 2014 – British Columbia and Alberta offer many adventures,  however the newest and most exciting tour on the Canadian Rockies market this season is Stand Up Paddle Board (SUP) and Inflatable Kayak Tours. Alpine Rafting’s Wapta Falls Wild & Scenic Tour is not one to be missed! Renowned tour company Alpine Rafting has recently celebrated their 30th[…]

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Kicking Horse River Conditions – June 2nd 2014

An update on the Kicking Horse River current conditions. The Kicking Horse River has enjoyed seasonal water levels for the the past couple weeks. Most outfitters began running commercial tours on the Kicking Horse River on May 17th 2014. Since then, the river has seen some high water levels at the end of May, and[…]

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Kicking Horse River Raft Guides 2014

May 2014 Kicking Horse River Raft Guide Update The Kicking Horse River is a river that is renowned world wide by River Guides as a must do. The river attracts very skilled and accomplished guides. Here is an update on the guides of the Kicking Horse River this summer that will be rafting with Alpine[…]

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Canadian Rockies Summer Camping Guide

Are you wondering where are the best places to camp this summer near Banff, Lake Louise, Yoho National Park, Golden BC, and the Kicking Horse River? Look no further, here is the guide you are looking for!   Campgrounds in Yoho National Park:  For more information please visit Yoho National Park’s Camping Page Kicking Horse[…]

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April 25th Kicking Horse River Level Update

April 25th Kicking Horse River Update The Kicking Horse River is three weeks away from opening weekend. May 16th/17th weekend is the weekend that most outfitters will be opening their doors for the busy summer that brings many thousand people travelling down the Kicking Horse River corridor in whitewater rafts! The Kicking Horse River Valley corridor[…]

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Kicking Horse River Rafting Giveaway

Enter to win a Whitewater Rafting Giveaway for 8 people on the Kicking Horse River. The trip is being given away by Alpine Rafting, and includes 2 nights camping at the Golden Eco Adventure Ranch. Prize Details include: Choose any one of Alpine Rafting‘s five Adventures, the Kicking Horse River Challenge, the Kicking Horse Classic,[…]

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Top 5 Things to do in Winter near the Kicking Horse River

If this is your first time at Kicking Horse River, then you are in for a big surprise.  This is not your typical vacation destination.    This area of the Rocky Mountains is simply overflowing with marvelous things to do and see.  Between the town of Golden and the impressive Kicking Horse Mountain Resort, you[…]

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Golden, BC in the Canadian Rockies – A history

General History of Golden, BC   Back in the early 1800’s, a young explorer named David Thompson was on the hunt for the Columbia River which he hoped would lead him to the Pacific Ocean.  His trek took him along the Blaeberry River and over the Rocky Mountains into a majestic scenery of awe and majesty[…]

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Kicking Horse Canyon Highway Project Update

Phase 2 of the Kicking Horse Canyon project is now complete. For river travellers, the change is quite noticeable as rafters and kayakers travel directly below the monumental erection. The bridge stands approximately 90 feet above the river, and is one of the signs that a rafting trip down the middle canyon of the Kicking[…]

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