Revelstoke’s Apex Rafting Company is celebrating 25th anniversary

Apex Rafting also partners with many of the best adventure operators in the Revelstoke area to combine rafting.

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Ralph and Debbie Koerber sitting beside a river.

Ralph and Debbie Koerber of Apex Rafting Company. — Photo courtesy Apex Rafting

It’s always great to see a Kootenay/Columbia-based company celebrating a significant milestone anniversary. We salute Apex Rafting Company, which is a Revelstoke family-run rafting company, operated by Ralph and Debbie Koerber, which is excited to be celebrating their 25th year in business.

Ralph and Debbie met at the Glacier Rafting warehouse in Golden B.C. while Ralph was doing some guiding and Debbie was working for the local photographer on the Kicking Horse River. In 1993 Ralph and Debbie moved to Revelstoke, B.C. and started Apex Rafting on the Illecillewaet River.

Now, after over 25 years on the Illecillewaet, Ralph Koerber has led over 1400 trips on the magnificent water course while Debbie Koerber continues to enjoy the river from her kayak as well as from behind her camera. They have shared the llecillewaet with thousands of fellow adventurers from around the world.

Apex Rafting also partners with many of the best adventure operators in the Revelstoke area to combine rafting—for example, with “The Pipe” mountain coaster, a visit to nearby SkyTrek Adventure Park or an ATV or side-by-side tour with Great Canadian Adventure Tours.

Congratulations to Ralph and Debbie, and their staff on their 25 years of river running success!

For more info on Apex Rafting Company please visit: www.apexrafting.com

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