Updated March 24th, 2020
From the Boreal River Team: we wish you and your family safety and health.
Please contact us anytime with questions or if we can help you in any way.
We’ve suspended all in-person programs for the next few weeks. However, our office team is fully up and running (working from home) planning wilderness expeditions.
We’ll be ready to hit the ground running as soon as we get the go ahead from officials that it’s safe.
You can book your adventure now—as an individual or for group trips—and we’ll make sure the dates work for you once the coast is clear.
We’ll weather this storm together. Here are the latest updates:
Trips scheduled before April 22, 2020
We’ve suspended all trips that were scheduled to start before April 22nd.
We’ll reschedule them to run as soon as possible, once government and health experts give us all the go ahead that it’s safe to gather in small groups.
Please contact us if you have any questions at all.
Trips scheduled on and after April 23rd, 2020
We’re closely monitoring the situation. Right now, we’re taking it one week at a time.
Trips starting on or after April 23rd remain tentatively scheduled. There are a range of possible scenarios that can unfold over the next few weeks. In the best case scenarios, these trips will run on schedule.
If it’s not safe to do so (and again we’ll take government and health officials’ guidance for those decisions), we’ll reschedule them for as soon as possible.
If you book now or are already signed up, rest assured that we’ll provide incredible expeditions in as timely a manner as possible so you can get out on a river for an incredible experience in nature.
Be sure to read our cancellation policy.
Resources for you:
- Individuals: choose a trip to book now
- Groups: get a quote for a private group trip
- Get inspired on our blog (videos, articles, etc) or subscribe to the rescue newsletter
Boreal River Director, Danny Peled