Step into our stable 25′ voyageur canoe and paddle breathtaking Barrier Lake. A leisurely paddle along the shore of this lake is the perfect addition to any visit to Kananaskis. The voyageurs were responsible for the Western settlement expansion of Canada by utilizing large canoes that held many people. Learn how to light a fire without a match and watch for wildlife as you paddle along the rugged shoreline surrounded by mountains.
Journey back into time and learn to be a Voyageur. Experience portaging, paddling and lighting a no-match fire. Breath in the fresh mountain air and enjoy the 360-degree mountain view. While you explore watch for wildlife along the rugged shoreline.
Start your day at the Barrier Lake Day Use Area, where you will climb into our 25′ voyageur canoe and paddle the breathtaking Barrier Lake. A leisurely paddle along the shore of this lake is the perfect addition to any visit to Kananaskis.
Who is it for?
Tour is per family/cohort, minimum of 4 adults required to run tour. Maximum of 9 participants.
- We expect guests to be in good health for the tour, please take the COVID-19 self-assessment prior to the tour. In the case of yourself or someone in your group qualifying for self-isolation or COVID-19 testing, please notify our shop as soon as possible to arrange for a Raincheck and alternate tour date; no refunds will be given.
- This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
Adult (Age from 18 to 99): $50.26
Youth (Age from 10 to 17): $38.15
Child (Age from 6 to 9): $21.80
Infant (Age from 2 to 5):$1.09
- Certified Guide
- Local history about voyageurs, plants, and animals.
- Life jacket, paddle and canoeing instruction.
How to get tickets?
Tour is per family/cohort, minimum of 4 adults required to run tour (Select 4 adults for tour to be available). Maximum of 9 participants.
WHEN & WHERE
Select days from June 27 to September 6, 2020 | 10:00 AM
Duration: 2 hours
Barrier Lake Boat Rentals operated by Kananaskis Outfitters, AB-40, Kananaskis, AB T0L 2H0, Canada
Barrier Lake, Highway 40 1 hour’s drive east of Calgary, Alberta Canada