The average temperature of the Saint Laurent River varies during a season. Here are the average temperature by month :
May : 12°C / 54°F
June : 17 °C / 63°F
July : 23°C / 74°F
August : 25°C / 77°F
September : 20°C / 68°F
We recommend wearing comfortable clothes with quick drying materials (no cotton). You can also wear a swimsuit. For sanitary reasons, you are required to wear a top during your time on the water. At all time, you’ll need something in your feet (sandals, water shoes, running shoes, etc.).
Wearing a life jacket is mandatory. If you aren’t at ease in waters, you’ll have to warn your guide so he can place you strategically on the boat.
Our raft can accommodate 6 to 10* participants. If you are 10 or more, check out our Groups rates!
*Exception possible if young children are on board.
Or course! Our group rates are available for 10 participants or more. You can check our our group page for more informations.
Please arrive 30 minutes prior to your departure. Make sure to plan ahead! We recommend using the GPS app Waze.
Yes, we have two parkings available. Make sure not to park on the reserved spots for vehicles with parking stickers; ask us if you are not sure!
We have lockers at reception. They are not accessible by our customers since it’s a cloakroom system. Our staff will look after your belongings and make sure it’s safe!
Unfortunately, our installations doesn’t allow us to have a shower. However, we do have a hose accessible if you want to rinse yourself after the activity.
We recommend to allocate a total of 3 hours.
We don’t recommend you bring any personal items with you as you might lose them in the water. If you have to keep anything with you for medical reasons, our guide can keep it safely in a waterproof box.
Absolutely! Our experiences are made for every level and age.
All underaged person (under 18 years old) must be accompanied by an adult all throughout the activity.
It is hard to predict the affluence. If you are booking for 2 people, we recommend you book at least 2 weeks in advance. For groups, we recommend you contact us a month before the desired date. If in doubt, please call us and we’ll check if we have an alternative solution for you!
You won’t have to choose before the day of the activity. Our guide will be able to help you determine which run fits you best!
You’ll go through waves from class 1 to class 4, depending on the chosen style.
We don’t recommend wearing glasses. If you can wear contact lenses, that would be best. However, if you have retainers it shouldn’t be an issue. If you don’t have any, we have some for sale.
Considering the activity is in white waters, you have to wear a PFD designed for this type of activity. If in doubt, bring it and we’ll verify it fits our safety guide.
Of course! You’ll automatically be paired with other participants in your boat.
In case of rain, the activities will still take place. If there are thunderstorms or bad weather conditions, we will contact you. For more information check out our policies
There is no weight limit. However our lifejacket can fit chest size up to 52 inches.