in the Canadian Rockies

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Why Canyoning ?

Because it’s one of the most exciting things you can do in the Canadian Rockies! 

Canyoning is exploring spectacular deep and narrow gorges, and often involves scrambling, sliding down natural features, rappelling down waterfalls, and even jumping and swimming into natural pools. 

Canyoning is the only way to access many of these amazing and unique places that are some of the last unexplored places on Earth.


There is a canyon for everybody!

Whether you want to go for a hike, a swim, or a full vertical adventure, canyons are outstanding places worth exploring!

You can easily book your trip following the few steps down below. 

Please feel free to contact us by email or over the phone for any special requests, events, and training purposes.




Canyoning Course

Heli Canyoning Tour

What do you need to bring?


  • Swimsuit 
  • Towel
  • Shoes that you don’t mind wearing in water (running, approach or light hiking shoes)
  • Sportsweare clothing for hike up
  • A light rain jacket or hardshell
  • Warm clothing and other shoes for after the tour

Food and water

Bring a lunch for full-day tours, and snacks for half-day tours. We are burning a lot of calories, so this is important!

1 litre of water per person 

We will have a small backpack for you to carry your food and water.


You can bring your own waterproof cameras and GoPros, at your own risk. 

We do have a camera – safe option – book with our photographer to record your adventure.

Location of Canyons

Most of the canyons we guide are situated in the Abraham Lake area on the Thompson Highway (Highway 11), east of Saskatchewan River Crossing on Highway 93 North, and west of Rocky Mountain House.

We meet our customers at the parking lot of the canyon. 

Aproximate driving times to the canyons from:

WCA contact information


Phone: +1 587 838 5336

Address: 312 Stephen av, Field BC, V0A 1G0, Po53

Introduction of the WCA Company

The Western Canyoning Adventure Company was born from the inspiration of passionate canyoners, who want to share their love for this sport.

All our guides are certified through the American Canyoneering Association (ACA). The ACA is the primary organization for certifying professional canyon guides in North America. Our Guides have other certifications and skills including swiftwater rescue, advanced first aid, and rope-rigging/rescue skills.

The gear we provide for your tour is high-quality canyon-specific gear (wetsuit, harness, helmet, etc.) that you can rely on.

WCA’s Guides

Guillaume Coupier

Coming from France where Canyoning is already quite popular, he felt in love with this beautifull playground that are the Canadian Rockies. He is the founder of WCA.
He is ACA pro guide, Rescue Canada Swift water technician level 3, advanced first aider and rope access technician.

John-Paul Kors

He has been invested in this venture since the begining and allowed this company to exist by being a mentor for the owner.
He is Rescue Canada Swiftwater Instructor, ACA Pro Guide, advanced First Aider, retired Mountain Rescue Technician (25 years) and retired Avalanche Forecaster (15 years).

Our Awesome Partners!

Rockies Heli Canada

We are proud to partner up with Rockies heli Canada. More than offering lifetime sightseeing flights, they are also offering a wide range of activities accessible only by Heli! Check out their website to book a tour!

Kyle Singbeil Photography

This talented and adventurous photographer has been with us since the beginning of this venture. Visit his website for unique photos that will remind you of your time in the Rockies, or book a tour with him and get professional shots of your adventure!

Jodi Toews Design

She was one of the first to come on tour with us and to give us the support we needed to start this venture.
She designed our logo and much more!
Visit her website to see what she can do for you!

People Talk

I had no idea what I was getting myself into when I signed up for my first ever canyoning trip (...) The tour was an absolute blast and unlike any adventure I've ever been on. I'm still smiling today just thinking about it and would recommend this unique experience to everyone!
(...) I strongly recommend going for a fun (half) day trip especially with the hot summer days coming ahead, and to escape the crowds from near-by touristy sites. It would also be a great activity on a rainy day since you're in the water and wearing a neoprene suit; we went as a couple but it would be a fun family activity with teens I imagine.
I went canyoning with Guillaume and it was an amazing adventure that I highly recommend. Guillaume was fun, calm and professional. He really made us feel safe at all time. The canyon was breathtaking, it's the perfect adventure for nature lover!!