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Welcome to
Cascadia Rafting

Cascadia Rafting provides professionally guided whitewater river tours on the Skagit River in the North Cascades National Park. Come Visit the most scenic river in Washington!

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River Tours

About the Skagit River

The Skagit River is designated the nation's largest National Wild and Scenic River system. An important nesting habitat for the nations biggest population of wintering bald eagles, the river also plays host to a wide variety of wildlife: Bear, Mountain Lion, songbirds, at least 25 different types of mammals, as well as all five types of salmon. 

Located along the Cascade Scenic Loop Highway, the Skagit flows west toward the Puget sound. The raft-able section of the river is largely Class I-II with a very swift Class III section known as the S-Bends rapids which has attracted whitewater boaters for decades. Children must weigh a minimum 50lbs (22kgs) to join.

What to Expect

Our trips leave Daily from Goodell Creek Campground near Newhalem, WA. Upon arrival you will be greeted by a professional river guide who will provide you with the necessary safety gear and conduct a safety orientation before getting started. From there, you and your group will raft about nine miles along the Skagit river to Copper creek boat launch, there a shuttle will be waiting to take you back to your vehicles. 

Frequently Asked Questions

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What River Classifications Mean

Confused about what rapid classifications mean? This may help you decide what river trip is appropriate for your group.

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What to Wear

Here are some helpful suggestions about what to wear (and what not to wear) on your rafting trip

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How to Prepare  

Many people want to know what things they should and should not bring with them .

Gallery

Have look at some of our recent river trips!

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Contact Us

Any questions about our tours or booking groups call us at (971) 378-6947 or email us at seattlewhitewater@gmail.com

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