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Sometimes one day of whitewater rafting is just not enough.
It is not uncommon to end a whitewater rafting trip wanting more: more action-packed rapids, more epic scenery and more relaxing time in some of the Pacific Northwest’s most spectacular gorges.
Combining different rafting trips into a multi-day rafting package vacation in the Columbia River Gorge Area allows our guests to fully experience the region’s plethora of whitewater rafting options, all located in close proximity to each other within the Columbia Gorge area. We offer several different Washington river rafting trip combinations that will satisfy any level of rafter, from beginner to expert.
On all of our package trips, the Wet Planet crew takes over from the minute you arrive at our base camp to provide an excellent experience both on and off the water.
If your vacation plans require plush linens and a quaint room with a view, our alternative Lodging Specials allow you to experience our rafting trips with all the comforts of five-star accommodations.
On this trip, you will spend your first day with a full-day rafting trip on the Klickitat River. You will return to our headquarters that evening leaving plenty of time to explore and relax, before heading off the following morning to take on the adventure of a whitewater raft trip on the White Salmon River. After a half-day run on the White Salmon, your trip will finish at our headquarters. For details, take a look at the descriptions of the White Salmon River and the Klickitat River.
This is the perfect combination of rivers for people interested in challenging the Class IV-V whitewater of the Wind River, but interested in warming up on a slightly less challenging river first. Your first day will be spent with a half-day run on the White Salmon River. You will return to our headquarters that evening leaving plenty of time to explore and relax, before heading off the following morning for a full day of whitewater action on the Wind River. For details, check out the descriptions of the White Salmon River and the Wind River.