We offer guided canoe expeditions down the rambunctious Natla River in Canada!
The Túoch’ee Deé, pronounced “Too-ho-chay Day” (Natla River) is whitewater wilderness canoe tripping at its best.
From your starting point at O-Grady Lake, you’ll experience the Natla River growing from a swift creek into a full-bodied river. Explore the small canyons of the first few days as glacial creeks feed into the aqua-marine green waters. Navigate your way down numerous rock gardens similar to the Moose Ponds section of the upper South Nahanni River. Also offering long sections of tranquilly, you’ll glide through open mountain valleys with abundant opportunities to spot caribou, moose, mountain goats, and grizzly bears.
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