Spring Rafting - Washington and Oregon River Rafting
When the days grow longer and the weather warmer, the snow that has been building in the mountains all winter long begins to flow downstream and rivers throughout the Northwest spring into action. Spring is the time when things come to life: budding trees, wildflowers, and ... whitewater!
This spring join Wet Planet on some of the nation's best whitewater rafting trips! Take advantage of the snow-melt, April through May, and join us for some high water, Springtime rafting. Whether you are looking for an all-day wilderness trip, class V excitement, or just an opportunity to see your favorite river at high water, we have a Spring rafting trip that is perfect for you.
The following river trips are all available during the Springtime snow-melt (April through May):
Klickitat River: Descending from the snow fields of Mt. Adams and the Goat Rocks Wilderness, the all-day, class III trip on the Klickitat River passes through some of the most remote wilderness canyons in the Pacific Northwest.
Wind River: One of the most challenging commercial river rafting runs in the Pacific Northwest, the Wind River cascades through tightly spaced boulder gardens and steep ledge drops for a day of class IV and class V rapids.
Hood River: Wet Planet is pleased to announce a new spring raft trip on the West Fork and Main sections of the Hood River. These two sections combine for 15 miles of class III-IV rapids through spectacular Pacific Northwest wilderness.
The Farmlands: Wet Planet is the only outfitter to run this section of the White Salmon River. This section of the White Salmon River is arguably the most committing, exciting, and spectacular commercial rafting run in the Pacific Northwest.
White Salmon River: A White Salmon River rafting trip is a breathtaking combination of whitewater and scenery. While the White Salmon River runs all year long, April and May are the months to see the White Salmon at high water!