Having pioneered commercial rafting in Washington, the Skagit River continues to be one of our absolute favorites. With it’s natural beauty and many sections, the Skagit offers wonderful opportunities for white water adventures, wildlife, birding, float trips and a magnificent estuary with a gateway to the salt water.
Skagit River Water Levels
For information on current Skagit River water levels and flow statistics, please visit the USGS Washington Water Science Center
Visit our NEW TOUR! Fish Traps on the Baker River and the only Fish Taxi in the United States.
Join us as we learn the history of the the Baker River Dams and their success in increasing the returning the Sockeye Salmon.
This is a sight to behold as we visit Shannon Dam, Raft the Baker and Skagit Rivers Rafting through the Dalles on the Skagit River and then visit the Tree Wineries that have grown up along the Skagit River.
Meeting by 10 AM at the Eagles Nest Motel in Concrete
3 Hours of History, River Rafting and Tour of the Baker River Fish Traps
Cost $87.00 with Snack
Skagit River Fall Colors & Salmon Spawning Skagit River Hike and Float:Why not combine a Nature Hike and Float in one of the most pristine areas in the Pacific Northwest? This memorable adventure will enliven your sense with the wonder that surrounds you withing the dynamic eco-system of the Skagit River, it’s the best of both worlds!. MORE>
Skagit River Fall Colors & Salmon Spawning: All ages enjoy this float down the Skagit River to view the beautiful autumn colors. Since this is a float it can be enjoyed by all ages. This is truly the best way to enjoy the fall in the Northwest – add a knowledgeable river guide, and you’ll have a wonderful day to remember. MORE>
Our Bald River Eagle Adventure: is offered between December and the first week in March when the largest concentration of wintering Bald Eagles found anywhere within the lower 48 states visit the Skagit River. Join us for this exciting to Look an Eagle in the Eye! MORE>
The Natural Skagit Float: How to Gather and Eat Wild Foods, Medicinal Plants and Mushrooms While floating down this mellow (no white water) section of the Upper Skagit River nestled below snow-capped North Cascades you will learn about edible wild foods, medicinal plants and mushrooms, and the traditional Coast Salish methods of harvesting and consumption. MORE>
Skagit River Estuary Birding: Our most popular & productive birding trip, this adventure through the Skagit River estuary offers terrific birding and a bonus of the gorgeous tulip and daffodil fields in the magnificent Skagit Valley during the month of April. MORE>
Upper Skagit Intro to Whitewater: We start out with an introduction to whitewater from Gooddell Creek to Copper Creek within the North Cascades National Park. Ten miles of majestic alpine scenery, crystal clear and cold glacier water with 4 exciting and heart-pumping rapids. MORE>
Skagit River Float & Wine Tasting Package: A perfect way to welcome the fall season – a scenic float down the Skagit River combined with a snack and a wine tasting at the local Challenger Ridge Winery. MORE>