he reason we have such great water all season long is that the White Salmon River is fed by glaciers and springs that come from high up on the flanks of Mt. Adams, one of the great strato-volcanoes of the world. Mt. Adams is a 12,276 ft. tall volcano that towers two miles above the valley floor. The Native Americans called Mt. Adams “Pah-to”, meaning “high up”. They held the mountain sacred as a symbol of continuity and a source of prosperity just like us river people. It is what gives us an incredible season here on the White Salmon.
So, there it is. Come join us for some great whitewater rafting on the White Salmon River.
– Wet Planet @ 11:34 AM