Spend the weekend rafting with geologist Bob Carson down the White Salmon and Klickitat rivers on the Washington side of the Columbia River Gorge. Experienced guides from Zoller’s Outdoor Odysseys will accompany us across peaceful pools and exciting class 3-4 rapids.
On Saturday morning, we’ll take a bus across eastern Washington and Oregon to the magnificent Columbia River Gorge. We’ll spend that afternoon rafting the beautiful White Salmon River, and discuss the removal of the Condit Dam and subsequent restoration. We’ll spend Saturday night in the charming town of Hood River, where you will have free time to explore the town.
On Sunday, we will begin the day rafting the Klickitat River. Enjoy a wilderness experience through coniferous forests and volcanic rocks. We will return to Walla Walla in the evening.
Registration fees listed below are per person. If registering as a couple, please select
The registration fee provides the following services:
• Private motor coach bus transportation from and return to Walla Walla.
• Guided river rafting excursions on the White Salmon and Klickitat Rivers
• One night of lodging in Hood River, Oregon. Single and double occupancy are available.
• Breakfasts provided by the hotel.
• Lunch provided on Sunday.
Dinners are not provided in the registration fee. Dine at restaurants of your choosing in Hood River.
No refunds will be issued after May 1.
For more information about this event, please contact Lauren Platman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 509-525-3136.
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Get Outdoors Day Oregon is a statewide effort led by the Coalition of Oregon Land Trusts that seeks to connect people to place. On this day, we encourage Oregonians to explore, discover and learn about Oregon’s special places. Oregon Get Outdoors Day works in conjunction with Oregon’s Office of Outdoor Recreation to invigorate a movement of people connecting with the outdoors.
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Included: Transportation, lodging, and rafting fee included in the price.
Suitability: Open to ages 18+.
Difficulty: No rafting epxerience necessary.
Things to Bring: Swimsuit, watershoes (Keen, Chaco, Teva), sturdy walking shoes, hat with a brim, sunglasses and sunscreen, sack lunch, refillable water bottle, camera, journal, and sense of adventure.