Are you ready to explore rafting in the Columbia River Gorge? From whitewater to gentle scenic tours, the Gorge has it all! The fun starts at the White Salmon River, a National Wild and Scenic River. The White Salmon begins on the glaciers of Mt. Adams and flows into the Columbia River. Known for its most popular Class III to Class V rafting trips and great whitewater, the experience includes rafting amidst beautiful forested canyons.
Husum Falls is another unique and exciting part of the river. It’s the largest commercially run waterfall in the United States and holds great fun for seekers of whitewater adventure. Gentle, scenic tours are also available with portaging options for those less adventurous. But if you are an adrenaline seeking junkie, the White Salmon River will get your blood flowing. The remote Klickitat Canyon offers one of the most spectacular wilderness trips, not to mention up to 21 miles of rafting. The Deschutes River runs hundreds of miles from Bend, Oregon to the Columbia River. The river offers rapids from Class I to VI, and is also known for its great fishing. We invite you to get out of your comfort zone and experience whitewater rafting in the Gorge!
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