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Volunteer on May 5th at the Green River Cleanup

Volunteer on May 5th at the Green River Cleanup

Join the 33rd Annual Green River Cleanup on May 5th, 2018.  You can still join us as an experienced whitewater boater or you can go with a Whitewater Company or as part of the ground crews.  Don't miss out on one of the most beautiful and fun river trips in Western Washington!

Join the 33rd Annual Green River Cleanup

Join the 33rd Annual Green River Cleanup

Join the 33rd Annual Green River Cleanup on May 5th, 2018.  You can still join us as an experienced whitewater boater or you can go with a Whitewater Company or as part of the ground crews.  Don't miss out on one of the most beautiful and fun river trips in Western Washington!

Rafting the Green River Gorge at 3200 c.f.s.

Rafting the Green River Gorge at 3200 c.f.s.

The Green River Cleanup on May 6th was a successful event with high flows through the Green River Gorge and lots of participants helping to cleanup the Green River Gorge!  Check out our run through the legendary rapids Mercury, the Nozzle, and Lets Make a Deal at 3200 c.f.s.

Join the 32nd Annual Green River Cleanup

Join the 32nd Annual Green River Cleanup

Next weekend is the the 32nd Annual Green River Cleanup on May 6th, 2017.  You can still join us as an experienced whitewater boater or you can go with a Whitewater Company or as part of the ground crews.  Don't miss out on one of the most beautifuland fun river trips in Western Washington!

They're Here! Chinook Salmon

They're Here! Chinook Salmon

On September 14th I received a call from a fisherman friend of mine. He said "They're here!"

Camping at Kanaskat State Park

Camping at Kanaskat State Park

Kanaskat State Park is located approximately 37 miles southeast of Seattle Washington.  It is located at the east end of the Green River Gorge at the base of the Cascade foothills.  It has a large campground and along the river is a day use area with covered picnic areas and three miles of trails.  It also is a popular launch point for experienced whitewater kayakers and rafters who consider the Green River Gorge one of the top whitewater runs in Washington state.