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Wenatchee River Rafting - Washington state's most popular river rafting trip out of the state's most popular tourist destination, Leavenworth

  • Rambunctious white water rapids and sunshine

  • Mountainous rolling waves suitable for beginner rafters

  • Guaranteed to leave you aching for more

  • Under 2 1/2 hours drive from Seattle to Leavenworth

  • Perfect for large parties and family groups

A Wenatchee river rafting adventure includes sunshine, rollicking waves and ample opportunities to splash your boss or boyfriend. White water river rafting trips occur daily on the Wenatchee from April through August - depending on river levels.

A Wenatchee river rafting trip is the perfect beginning river adventure. Only and hop, skip and a jump from Seattle and ideal for family reunions, bachelorette parties and corporate groups. Don’t forget your sunscreen!

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River Rafting Trips Exclusively for Women

  • Relaxing Retreat

  • Energizing Activity

  • Beginning to Challenging White Water

  • Healthful Meals

  • Overnight and Day Long River Trips

  • Camaraderie

Our All-Women’s river rafting adventures are meant to stimulate, rejuvenate and lead to a more peaceful frame of mind. Orion’s female river guides will take you on white water up to Class IV in our well-outfitted paddle rafts.

Every trip will include health-conscious fare prepared right on the banks of the river by our guides whether it is for one day or for several days on an overnight river trip. Come and bond and share with other like-minded, adventurous women!

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Upcoming All Women's River Adventures

June 13 / June 14

Sauk River Rafting

All women's river trip includes a riverside meal, wetsuit, wetsuit boots, splash jacket, all necessary river gear, shuttle at the river and professional, personable female guides. The trip might include an opportunity to float a rapid in your lifejacket and a short hike to a hidden, moss-draped swimming hole.

June 26 to June 28

Deschutes River Rafting

This 3-day river trip includes fabulous Dutch Oven meals and all meals beginning with lunch on the first day through lunch on the last day, river bags for personal gear, tents, necessary river gear, wetsuits and boots (if needed), splash jackets and professional, personable female guides. The trip might also include: hiking, floating the rapids, yoga, steam sauna and wine-tasting.


River Rafting Guide Training School

  • 7-Day Deschutes River Rafting Guide Training - March 19th thru March 26th

  • 4-Weekend Trainings - April 16-17, April 23-24, April 30-May 1, May 8-9

River Guide Training • Rescue Techniques • Expedition Travel • Knots • How to Become a Professional River Guide • and More

We have trained river guides for 38 years and every year we strive to improve our program and build upon our successes. In other words, you will be the recipient of a very comprehensive training program --- 15 days to learn the entire range of skills required to be a professional river guide, or just steer your own craft on Class III-IV water.

Our training begins on the Deschutes River in north central Oregon. Besides being an excellent way to immerse newcomers to guiding, the 7-day river trip is an excellent opportunity for our instructors to work with each student on a personal basis. The final 4 weekends follow the 7-day trip and include a variety of rivers throughout the Cascades. From the weekend after Easter through the first weekend in May, we will be exploring several rivers with completely different personalities in order to give you a well-rounded perspective.

Orion provides all meals, dry bags, necessary river gear (lifejackets, throw bags, safety lines, etc.), instructors and shelter during the Deschutes portion of the training.

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No person in the United States shall, on the ground of race, color, or national origin, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.

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