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Fun for the adventurous in Harrison

Tandem paragliding – Cure your weekday boredom with Fly BC. Paraglide off Mt. Woodside while enjoying some of the best scenery in BC. Tandems, solo training and guaranteed fun!  www.flybc.org

 

Agassiz Speedway – Feeling a need for speed? This action-packed oval track features races April through October.  www.agassizspeedway.com

 

Rock Climbing Club - The basic premise behind rock climbing is simple. You climb from the bottom to the top! The execution is more complicated and we would encourage you to work with experts. Look for Harrison Bluffs Climbers on Facebook to find out more.

 

River Rafting – The Fraser River and its tributaries offers continuous rapids and incredible mountain vistas, as you plunge through the heart of the Cascade Mountains. Rafting adventures include the Chilliwack River, Hell's Gate, The Coquihalla Rambo Run and the Thompson River in Lytton.  http://www.chilliwackriverrafting.com/ http://www.fraserraft.com/

 

Ski Hemlock – Nestled high in the mountains above Harrison Hot Springs, Hemlock Valley offers alpine and cross-country skiing, snowboarding or tubing. Only 45 minutes from Harrison.  http://www.hemlockvalleyresort.com/

 

 

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