Current River Conditions

Upper Skagit Whitewater (SK-5): Runnable

Lower Skagit Scenic and Wine Tasting (SK-2 & SK-3): Runnable

The Skagit River has renewed vigor with higher than average river flow levels, as well as no remaining forest fire threats, and all roads (highway 20) are open. The Upper Skagit is a great beginner run and our Lower Skagit is a great family scenic nature trip. We hope you'll join us for a trip to close out our 2015 season.

The Skagit River has renewed vigor with higher than average river flow levels, as well as no remaining forest fire threats, and all roads (highway 20) are open. The Upper Skagit is a great beginner run and our Lower Skagit is a great family scenic nature trip. We hope you'll join us for a trip to close out our 2015 season.

Skykomish River Whitewater (SKY-1): Runnable

The Skykomish is back above minimum runnable levels, at least for now. At this time we are not taking reservations for this river, but you can request to be added to the waitlist.

The Skykomish is back above minimum runnable levels, at least for now. At this time we are not taking reservations for this river, but you can request to be added to the waitlist.

 

Sauk River Whitewater (Sauk-1): Runnable

The Sauk River is runnable but we are not accepting reservations at this time. You can call to be added to the waitlist for this river. 

The Sauk River is runnable but we are not accepting reservations at this time. You can call to be added to the waitlist for this river. 



Thankfully, the whitewater has returned! Everyone should be celebrating with us here at the end of one of the most drought stricken years on record for the Western United States and definitely the lowest water Washington has seen in a century. 

The Upper and Lower Skagit are totally open and runnable, and are currently higher than the normal average. All trips on the Upper Skagit (whitewater) section are open for booking. Our scenic and wine tasting floats on the Lower Skagit section are also open for booking. 

At this time we are seeing runnable levels on the Sauk and Skykomish Rivers, but we are not currently taking reservations for those rivers at this time. However, if you are wanting to get out and run either of those please let us know and we can put you on the wait list and can inform you if a trip gets put together. Rain is causing the rivers to rise, and that could mean a short time of runnable water, so we will keep our fingers crossed that the higher water levels continue. 

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