Whitewater Kayaking & Canoeing Trails in Washington
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Whitewater Kayaking & Canoeing Trails in Washington

21
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4 - 60 mi
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Washington has 21 whitewater kayaking & canoeing trails. These trails range from 4 to 60 miles in length. The most popular trails are Little Klickitat River, Washington: Olson Road to Klickitat River, Skagit River and Naches River. Trails.com member Ken C. recently completed Upper Middle Fork Snoqualmie River.
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The Little White Salmon River flows through a basalt gorge that combines crystal-clear ...
The White Salmon River runs 44 miles from the slopes of Washington’s Mount Adams to the ...
The Wind River is a classic stream with plenty of action. It flows freely down the southern ...
The White Salmon is one of the region's most popular rivers, set in a beautiful, deep ...
Fed by rain, the Washougal River rises and falls quickly. The varying levels bring new ...
The Little Klickitat River is a tiny, brushy stream that winds across a broad valley past ...
The East Fork Lewis River has developed a nasty reputation over the years- several good ...
South-central Washington's Klickitat River boasts dramatic scenery. Steep columnar basalt ...
The Kalama River provides Portland-area boaters with good intermediate and advanced water ...
Canyon Creek combines challenging whitewater with beautiful scenery despite heinous logging ...
The Methow (pronounced MET-how) originates high in the North Cascades and runs with melting ...
The Wenatchee is a snow-fed river running off the east side of the North Cascades. It ...
The Naches derives its name from an Indian word meaning “plenty of water.” While this ...
The Skagit River area is full of wonders. Paddle the river in early fall, and you’ll see ...
The Upper Middle Fork of the Snoqualmie provides a wilderness-like trip within an hour’s ...
The Soleduck is named after the Sol Duc Hot Springs near its headwaters in Olympic National ...
The Upper Soleduck is a step up in difficulty from the lower river, providing interesting ...
The Elwha River provides summer boating in a pristine Olympic river valley with fine views ...
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 Grays River is located in the far southwest corner of Washington, and for this reason ...
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