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Come enjoy a half-day river adventure in Washington!
The Nooksack River is a great mid-summer run that boasts two-faces. The first half of the trip is down in a tight, technical canyon and has some of the best class III+ rapids around. About half way down the river the canyon breaks and the river mellows out a bit and provides some amazing views of Mt. Baker. Don’t forget to keep an eye out for native wildlife such as eagles, deer and the occasional bear. If you are looking to experience what it is like to raft through the unique climates within the dense forests of the Northwest, then this is the trip for you. The Nooksack is inside the Mt. Baker/Snoqualmie National Forest and is only 1 of 2 rivers in Washington state that has all 5 species of salmon spawning in this glacial-fed river playground.
The Nooksack River is located 2.5 hours north of Seattle and 1.5 hours south of Vancouver, BC
This is getting to the pointy end. Heights, speed, endurance or a combination of all form part of this adventure. Be prepared to be challenged both physically and mentally. Bring that 'can do' attitude and maybe a change of clothes. You're about to get a taste of Serious Fun!
Fitness and Experience
Good physical condition is required
No previous rafting experience is required
Minimum age of 12
What to Bring/Wear
Dry change of clothes
Extra fleece top - this is a cold-weather river
Bathing suit, to wear under the wetsuit
Bottled water to drink on the river
Camp chair to sit
What is Supplied
Pair of neoprene booties
Type 5 high-float PFD
Trips are available July and early August, Mondays & Fridays at 12:00pm, Saturdays & Sundays at 9:00am and 1:00pm
Adventure takes up to 5 1/2 hours
Lunch will be served either before or after your adventure depending on tour time
Located just 2.5 hours north of Seattle and 1.5 hours south of Vancouver, BC