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Skagit River Eagles

Picture yourself floating along a beautiful river while viewing hundreds of bald eagles. The Skagit River is home to the largest wintering bald eagle population in the continental United States for the months of December and January. Bald eagles flock to the Skagit River, the only large river system in Washington that supports a healthy habitat for all 5 native salmon species, to feed during the harsh Canadian and Alaskan winter months. Wildwater River Guides will row you down the river so you can take in every opportunity of viewing the majestic creatures. While for some it may seem intimidating to go rafting in December and January we highly recommend this unique trip of a lifetime. Book your Skagit River bald eagle experience with us today, and don’t forget your camera, binoculars, and counter. We provide professional - certified guides, and all the river equipment you will need.

  • Trip Length: 4 hours
  • Minimum Age: 8
  • Season: December-January
  • Intensity Level: I

Skagit River Whitewater

Stunning scenery and mild whitewater action make the Skagit River a perfect introduction into whitewater rafting for the entire family. Flowing through North Cascades National Park the Skagit River is known best for its magnificent scenic views, and emerald green waters. Located near Newhalem, Washington this Wild & Scenic stretch established in 1978 winds for 8 miles through the pristine wilderness of the North Cascades. We provide professional - certified guides, and all the river equipment you will need.

  • Trip Length: 4 hours
  • Minimum Age: 8
  • Season: August
  • Intensity Level: II-III

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For over 30 years Wildwater River Guides have been providing lasting whitewater memories in Washington state. Wildwater River Guides offers rafting, kayaking, and stand up paddle board trips.