Summer Activities

The Blaeberry River Valley and the Golden, BC area offers many exciting sightseeing, adventure, wilderness, and vacation opportunities that are sure to create a memorable holiday.  From scenic rafting trips and hiking trips to the Mummery Glacier, there are so many ways to explore this wilderness landscape of the BC Rockies.  We are surrounded by 5 National Parks and 3 Provincial Parks so you can experience adventures right out the door. Brian and Annette of Quantum Leaps have been exploring and guiding in the Canadian Rockies for a combined total of 55 years! And we would love to share this area with you.

SCENIC FLOAT TRIPS on the Blaeberry River are fun for the whole family. Guided by Brian O of Quantum Leaps Lodge, the fee is $50 for a 1.5 hour trip (under 12 years: $25), plus 5% tax.  Custom times for groups of 3 or more are available. Also, please inquire about a longer trip continuing on the Columbia River.

  • The following adventure activities, sightseeing, and recreational opportunities are available:
  • whitewater rafting
  • scenic raft float trips
  • hiking (go to www.goldenhikes.ca)
  • horseback riding at Bear Corner (5 minutes from Quantum Leaps)
  • mountain biking
  • kayaking
  • gondola ride at Kicking Horse Mountain Resort
  • Wolf sanctuary
  • Grizzly Bear refuge at Kicking Horse Mountain Resort
  • tandem paragliding
  • bird and wildlife viewing
  • Columbia wetlands tours
  • fishing
  • rock climbing/ mountaineering
  • mudbaths!

We offer many of these activities through our lodge or at no extra cost to you, we will make the reservations for you with the safest and most competent companies. For all these activities you will be required to read and sign a RELEASE of LIABILITY WAIVER form before participating.

Dear Annette, I just wanted to tell you how much my family and I enjoyed our river rafting trip. The trip was serene and exciting enough that both my three year old and I could enjoy. It was definitely a highlight of our stay. A definite must for anyone with small children!Anita Grover, Kamloops, BC