While the end of summer looms around the corner, the end of summer adventures is nowhere in sight. Days might be getting shorter, but whitewater rafting in Washington and Oregon just keeps getting better.
It’s Tieton river rafting season here at Wet Planet Whitewater.
Think of this:
Waves as far as the eye can see.
Eighteen miles of non-stop white water rafting.
Warm water. (A nice change from the refreshingly chilly water on the White Salmon River.)
Deep, wooded forests filled with trees a hundred feet high all around.
Hot BBQ ready to be enjoyed after your river trip.
A private campground for you and your friends at the Wet Planet Tieton base.
The Tieton River flows through Snoqualmie National Forest near Yakima, Washington. Beginning Labor Day weekend, Rim Rock Lake releases water into the Tieton River’s steep river bed. Dropping an average of 55 feet per mile, rafting on the Tieton River might be one of the fastest whitewater rides in the nation. While whitewater rafting trips in the Columbia River Gorge average 20-30 ft per mile, the Tieton’s steeper river bed allows for a longer trip and a non-stop class III whitewater day.
Wet Planet encourages guests to camp at our private base, making the whitewater rafting trip a complete northwest outdoor adventure.
Don’t let your summer adventures end too soon. Join us for some incredible whitewater rafting on the Tieton River this fall!