The Klickitat River rafting trip combines the continuous thrill of class Class 2 and Class 3 rapids with the stunning beauty of the Gifford Pinchot National Forest. This whitewater rafting trip begins on the eastern flank of the volcanic Mt. Adams, and exposes you to thick pine forests, steep canyons, basalt cliffs, twisted lava formations and scrub oak forests. This is one of the only ways to experience the true Pacific Northwest wilderness and get away from it all.
While the Klickitat rafting trip is one of the longest in the area, the continuous Class 2 and 3 whitewater keeps the action going all day long. In this full day Washington rafting trip, your group will enjoy a delicious lunch on the banks of the river half-way down. Stopping to take in the surrounding views and enjoy conversation with your professional river guides makes your experience that much richer. This is a perfect rafting trip for a wildlife enthusiast or a family of adventurers.
This experience takes place daily between April and July.