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April through Mid-August
Late-May through Late-July
White Salmon River:
Mid-July through August
With rivers ranging from Class III rapids up to the lively waters of Class IV-V, you are sure to find a river suitable to fit your every need. Once you arrive at your starting point, all you need to do is enjoy the wilderness, the outstanding scenery, and the wild, whitewater action!
Whatever your heart desires, we have a rafting trip for you that will be remembered for years to come!
Choose between 4 exhilarating rivers:
The Sauk River is located at the foot of the Cascades and is known for it's non-stop action! It's named after the Sauk-Suiattle tribe and is a tributary of the Skagit River. Mountainous terrain and wildlife serve as the backdrop of the 9-mile stretch of nearly continuous Class III and Class IV whitewater. You'll experience the thrills of "Alligator Drop," "Jaws" and "Popeye."
The Wenatchee River is one of the most popular rafting and kayaking rivers in the state of Washington because of its exhilarating rapids. The famous "Boulder Bend," "Rock and Roll," and "Snowblind" are all rated Class III based on their enormous sizes and are sure to give you an exciting ride!
White Salmon River
The White Salmon River has rapids ranging from Class III like "Top Drop" and "Rattlesnake" to the notorious (and optional) Class V, 10-foot waterfall Husum Falls. Enjoy the beauty of the boulder strewn river and basalt walled gorge as well as the heart-pounding whitewater!
Commonly called the "last summer run," the Tieton River is a great way to end the summer rafting season. While it's normally a creek, the Tieton rages into class III+ fury as the Rimrock Dam releases heavy water during the month of September.
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