CHANNEL FLOAT FAQ
Where is the start and finish of the float?
The start is at the end of Hwy 211 at the diversion dam. The finish is at the Pinawa Suspension Bridge.
How long is the float?
It varies between 1 - 4 hrs. The length will depend if you paddle or just float and if there's a head wind.
Do I have to finish the entire float?
Yes once you start the float there are no exits along the way.
How do I get there and where do we park?
Follow Hwy 211 to the very end and look for the Pinawa Unplugged tent. Pull up in front of the tent with your vehicle. Once your group has checked in using the Pinawa Unplugged shuttle van we will lead the driver of your vehicle to the float finish parking lot at the end of the channel float. Once parked the driver will be shuttled back to the starting point and your group will be ready to float.
Can we bring our kids?
Yes floating is a fun family activity. Our minimum age limit is 3 yrs old. Kids younger than 7 can share a tube with an adult if desired. Kids older than 7 will require their own tube. Tether straps are included with all tubes so they can be strapped together. We do not provide youth sized life jackets. Please bring life jackets for your children.
What if I arrive late?
Please try to be on time as other guest will be waiting to go on their adventure. Late arrivals might delay your start time.
What equipment is provided?
We provide you with an awesome kayak tube, kayak paddle and a adult sized life jacket. Please bring your own child / youth life jackets.
What's recommended to bring?
We recommend you bring water, snacks, sunscreen, shoes that can get wet and cheap sunglasses.
Are there washrooms?
There are porta-potties at the start and the end of the float.
Where do we stay and where do we eat?
Overnight accommodations are available at The Pinawa Motor Inn. Food is available at The Pinawa Golf and Country Club and The Burger Boat.
Can I organize my own group or adventure?
You sure can. Just give us a call or email.
WE HOPE TO SEE YOU SOON