Keystone Canyon Rafting
Raft Historic Keystone Canyon
Valdez’s only land-route to the Alaskan interior, the Lowe River through Keystone Canyon offers an exciting whitewater rafting trip. The initial Class I-II water offers an opportunity to get used to the raft and practice commands prior to entering the canyon. As the canyon narrows, the waves and rapids increase into big-water Class III. If the water is really moving, you’ll hear boulders turning on the riverbed.
On a short section of calm water, we will stop at Bridal Veil Falls, one of the many massive waterfalls adorning Keystone Canyon’s sheer rock walls. After the quick stop, it’s back in the raft to navigate the rest of this magnificent canyon. We’ll take out as the canyon opens and the river calms.
Allow for approximately 3 hours, including outfitting,
safety procedures, shuttle and rafting.
- 3 Hours
- Guide Services
- Basic Instruction and Safety Procedures
- All Rafting Equipment
- Van Transportation to and from the River
- Class III