Nahanni River Trips
Established as a National Wildlife Reserve in 1974, the South Nahanni River is recognized as a Canadian Heritage River and one of the first World Heritage Sites of global significance by UNESCO. It flows over 500 km from its headwaters in the Mackenzie Mountains and drops over 4,000 vertical feet in swifts, rapids, and waterfalls. It is home to caribou, bison, grizzly and black bears, Dall sheep, and moose. A mountainous wonderland with breathtaking canyons, a magnificent waterfall, diverse wildlife and exciting paddling on a fast-flowing river await you.