Class II swifts and easy rapids, tundra wilderness, caribou, muskoxen & grizzly bears! World-class fly-fishing for arctic char, arctic grayling and lake trout. A birders paradise – eagles, falcons, sandhill cranes and tundra swans. Join Owner and Lead Guide Al Pace on this amazing adventure! Now available to watch at any time.
Upper Horton River Webinar on Demand
We are looking for an adventurous woman to share a triple room with two other CNA travellers. This is the last spot open on this trip!
More Information including a link to an Adventure Canada webinar about this amazing adventure!
Contact Us if you are interested!!!
Don’t worry if you missed our live webinars – We recorded them so you can join in at a convenient time!
Our recorded webinars are available HERE
An Uncharted Journey
In 2019, a group of CNA guides pioneered a new paddling route starting only a few km from the headwaters of the Upper Keele River, revealing an incredibly beautiful and thrilling experience.
This section offers a new take on a classic river adventure and, at 7-8 days in length and with Class 2-3 whitewater, it is a trip that we hope to offer sometime soon in the future!
Connor Furneaux is a Canoe North Adventures Guide and Expedition Photographer. This video features Go Pro, Drone and Video footage all shot by Connor in 2019.
CNA is Awarded a License to Operate in Nahanni and Naats’ihch’oh National Parks-
We are extremely proud to announce that beginning in 2021, Canoe North Adventures will be offering guided canoe and raft trips on the legendary Nahanni River and the lesser-known Broken Skull River. Our guides can’t wait to share their enthusiasm with you in exploring these epic and iconic wilderness rivers – check out the announcement below!
Parks Canada recently granted Canoe North Adventures an Outfitter License to guide canoe and raft trips on the South Nahanni River in Nahanni National Park. This is the first new Outfitters License issued in 43 years! Parks Canada also granted Canoe North Adventures an Outfitter License in Naats’ihch’oh National Park – the younger sister of Nahanni National Park, so that we can offer spectacular canoe trips on the Broken Skull River. After reviewing our comprehensive application, Parks Canada recognized Canoe North Adventures extensive experience and 30-year legacy operating safe, multi-day canoe trips in the Mackenzie Mountains. They also recognized our considerable investment in building a world-class Outfitting Centre and Lodge in Norman Wells, NWT and our commitment to meaningful engagement with Indigenous communities and cultural tourism initiatives. To support our new trips in Nahanni and Naats’ihch’oh National Parks, Canoe North Adventures will establish a satellite operations base in Fort Simpson and we look forward to getting to know the local community and working with Parks Canada and other local operators to delivering world-class raft and canoe expeditions on Canada’s most iconic wilderness trip, the Nahanni River. Check out our first offerings for Nahanni and Broken Skull River Trips for the 2021 season.
Nahanni River Classic
Nahanni River Raft
Broken Skull River