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Skykomish River Class 5 Extreme Rafting Edventure

Skykomish River Class 5 Extreme Rafting Edventure

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Close to Seattle, the Skykomish River is our most extreme river adventure offering the most difficult section of river commercially-run in WA state! The allure of the Skykomish River is the “Boulder Drop” which is Washington states hardest section of commercially rafted river, being class 5, but that’s not all the “Sky” river has to offer; there are many other class 3 and 4 rapids. such as Pat’s plunge, Aquagasm, Lunch hole, and The Wier just to name a few. All this adventure coupled with the beauty of Mt. Index and the surrounding Cascade mountains makes for a truly Northwest treasure of a trip. For experienced rafters, this river is action-packed! It is highly advised you have been rafting before you attempt the Skykomish River, and you must be able to swim, and ready to move around the boat quickly!! Minimum age is 16. The Skykomish is perfect for the adventure seeker who has rafter before and ready for the next big step in extreme whitewater rafting!
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  • 5 hours
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$115.00
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$115.00

Wenatchee River Family Float Trip

Wenatchee River Family Float Trip

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Enjoy a calming float down the Wenatchee River on this guided, 5-hour, family rafting adventure. Perfect for children and first-timers, this excursion excludes the typical whitewater waves associated with many rafting trips. Enjoy the view of orchards and local wildlife along the way. Also, stop at famous Sleepy Hollow Beach for a swim, if desired. A barbecue lunch, plus all the necessary rafting gear — like a wetsuit, footwear and personal flotation device — are included.
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  • 4 hours
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$90.00
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$90.00

Paddles and Pints: Brewery Tour and Whitewater Rafting on the Wenatchee Rive

Paddles and Pints: Brewery Tour and Whitewater Rafting on the Wenatchee Rive

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While in Washington, go whitewater rafting and beer tasting on an overnight camping tour on the Wenatchee River. The river is located about 2.5 hours east of Seattle in central Washington, near Wenatchee and Leavenworth. The tour includes a morning of whitewater rafting on class 3 rapids, a riverside lunch, an afternoon of beer tasting at three craft breweries, and overnight camping accommodations (camping equipment not included).
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  • 10 hours
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$219.00
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$219.00

Wenatchee River Class 2 River Rafting and Adventuring

Wenatchee River Class 2 River Rafting and Adventuring

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Experience the excitement of a whitewater rafting adventure on this guided, 5-hour excursion. Choose from a morning or afternoon departure time, then ride along the Wenatchee River in the great state of Washington — one of the best whitewater rafting rivers in the country. Challenge gentler Class II rapids, perfect for the beginner or more advanced rafter. Along the way, enjoy the beautiful scenery and hop in the river for a swim, if desired. All the necessary rafting equipment, including neoprene booties and a personal flotation device, are provided. A barbecue lunch is included.
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  • 4 hours 30 minutes
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$95.00
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