Wenatchee's Lesser Traveled 'Sister' River 

The Methow River has Washington's biggest, most plentiful and power waves when the spring runoff arrives. The big, towering waves have made the Methow River a rafting guide's favorite place to be when the water is flowing. With the Methow River, you get a 16-miles, Class II-IV river trip that starts off teasingly and closes with a rush. In just a few miles, you have rapids with colorful names like Oh, Sh*t, Cape Canaveral, Another Roadside Attraction, Zero Hour, Staircase, and Black Canyon. It's an excellent river for veterans as well as physically-fit-first-timers. It is also an excellent river to combine with the Wenatchee River for a full weekend or two days following the Cascade Loop over both Stevens and Washington passes. Ask us about these custom 2-day trips, or add a third day and river raft the Sauk, Skagit, or Skykomish River, depending on your groups' abilities and qualifications. 

• May/June • class III • moderate white water • big waves • 12 years+ • 16 miles • Black Canyon Rapids