Tieton River Whitewater Rafting near Seattle and Spokane
The Tieton River is commonly called the last summer run and it rages with Class III+ fury when Rimrock Dam releases water to irrigate the vineyards and hop farms near the Yakima River during September. The Yakima area produces 77% of the hops in the US, so you will definitely see some fields on the way to the meeting point near Windy Point campground, about 3 hours from Seattle and Spokane. When the summer heat has dried up most of the other Washington whitewater rafting options, come out to the Tieton River. Book a trip today or contact Wildwater River Guides with questions.
Late Summer Rafting near Wenatchee and Tacoma
If you are looking for Seattle area family friendly adventure, try the Tieton River for late summer rafting in Washington State. Normally just a creek, when Rimrock Dam releases water for the month of September it becomes a continuous string of Class III+ whitewater wild enough for every Washington whitewater rafter. Wenatchee and Tacoma rafting enthusiasts will fall in love with intense rapids like “High Noon”, “Waffle-wall” and “Grasshopper" located just 2 and a half hours away from both cities. Join us at the end of the season on the Tieton River for roller coaster waves and beautiful desert weather.
Raft the Tieton River with Wildwater
Only available for the month of September the Tieton should be on your list of ways to close out the Seattle area rafting season. Wildwater offers the latest gear and the highest certified guides in the Washington river guiding business so you concentrate on the big waves and sunshine. Book a trip with Wildwater today! We also offer Tieton River kayak trips. For more information on private kayak tours on the Tieton contact Wildwater River Guides.
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