Guest and Staff safety is the the top priority of BCROA members. We recognize that some river journeys can take place in extreme conditions which is why our members ensure their staff are properly trained and certified, the rivers they operate on are evaluated and rated and BCROA member guests ae provided with an orientation on the risks involved in river rafting and related travel, what equipment is required and what to do when things don’t go as planned.
As with most adventure travel activities there are risks associated with river travel and rafting. BCROA members want you to be aware of these risks and will ask you to read, understand and acknowledge those risks by signing a liability waiver at the time of registering for the excursion you are booking. Click here to see an example waiver.
Here are some things we do to make sure every rafting adventure you choose is a safe one:
These precautions ensure that there is more room for fun and comfort when exploring the rivers of BC.
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River travel in BC is often thought of as a high-risk activity. BCROA makes sure that all the skilled and experienced guides operate at a level equal to or higher than the accepted industry standards.
Most outdoor adventure activities have some level of risk associated when participating in them. BCROA members will ensure you are made aware of these prior to your departure and provide basic orientation and training to make your rafting experience safe and enjoyable.
This way your experience is memorable and you’ll have peace of mind while out on the water. However, we understand that there are a few misconceptions about the activity.
We’re here to ease your mind on a few of them:
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