Have a quintessential Canadian experience: take a canoe trip along one of Edmonton’s many rivers or lakes. Whether you choose to rent a canoe by the hour, or take a multi-day backcountry trip, you’ll experience Edmonton from a different vantage point and explore some of its natural beauty. Rent a canoe for the afternoon and take the family out on a day trip down the North Saskatchewan River: see how this ancient pathway remains largely as it was hundreds of years ago.
Want more? Bring out the adventurer in you and head out on the multi-day Athabasca River Wilderness Trip: a wilderness expedition with three nights camping on islands in the river or secluded spots along the shores. And if you’re looking for the trip of a lifetime, take part in the 20-day Yukon River Canoe Tour. On this guided canoe tour, you’ll explore remote areas, following historic trails as you travel down the Yukon from Whitehorse to Dawson City. Along the way, explore abandoned settlements such as Fort Selkirk, Hootalinqua and Big Salmon Village. Canoeing is a classic Canadian pastime, and a tranquil experience you’ll remember forever.
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Find your sense of adventure with Haskin Canoe! Haskin Canoe, based out of Edmonton, is recognized as one of Paddle Canada's leading providers of canoe certification in Alberta. They specialize in voyageur canoe tours where you paddle your way through the North Saskatchewan river valley spotting wildlife, and taking in Edmonton's beautiful skyline. Haskin Canoe also offers canoe skills and instructor development courses, as well as intro to kayaking and SUP boarding.
View the orange and red glow of the sun setting as you paddle on the still waters of the North Saskatchewan. Haskin Canoe's sunset tours are a one-of-a-kind opportunity to transport through Edmonton's backyard. You'll enjoy the serenity of this water adventure and may even be lucky enough to hear the distant cry of a loon or splash of a beaver.
During winter, Haskin Canoe snowshoe rentals can accommodate over 100 people.