Best Whitewater Kayaking & Canoeing in Washington

This list represents the most popular whitewater kayaking & canoeing in Washington. Use this list to plan your next Washington whitewater kayaking & canoeing trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

The Grays River is located in the far southwest corner of Washington, and for this reason ...
The Methow (pronounced MET-how) originates high in the North Cascades and runs with melting ...
The Cispus provides a pretty but little-known trip through the Gifford Pinchot National ...
The beauty in the first mile and a half of this trip captivates boaters as they pass between ...
The Naches derives its name from an Indian word meaning “plenty of water.” While this ...
The Upper Middle Fork of the Snoqualmie provides a wilderness-like trip within an hour’s ...
The Skagit River area is full of wonders. Paddle the river in early fall, and you’ll see ...
The Soleduck is named after the Sol Duc Hot Springs near its headwaters in Olympic National ...
The Elwha River provides summer boating in a pristine Olympic river valley with fine views ...
The Wenatchee is a snow-fed river running off the east side of the North Cascades. It ...
The Upper Soleduck is a step up in difficulty from the lower river, providing interesting ...
The White Salmon River runs 44 miles from the slopes of Washington’s Mount Adams to the ...
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