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Learn the best way to kayak Washington's rivers

The expert guides at Wildwater River Guides will help Washington whitewater kayaking enthusiasts learn to kayak or push their current skills to the next level. We offer beginner kayak instruction courses and private whitewater kayak instruction near Seattle, Leavenworth, and Portland. We also offer specialty clinics and guided whitewater kayaking adventures for intermediate and advanced paddlers. Whether you are new to the sport and looking to learn or an experienced kayaker wanting to develop a new skill, we have the right course for you.

Beginner Instruction

Season

June-August

Trip Length

3 Days

Age

10+

$399/Person

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Rapid Progression Course

Season

June-August

Trip Length

2 Days

Age

12+

$339/Person

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Private Instruction

Season

Spring-Fall

Trip Length

1 Day

Age

12+

$299/Person

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Guided Trips

Season

Call for Availability

Trip Length

1 Day

Age

12+

$159/Person

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Skill Development Clinics

Season

Call for Availability

Trip Length

1 Day

Age

12+

$149/Person

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Beginner II: Next Steps in Kayaking Fundamentals

Season

June-August

Trip Length

2 Days

Difficulty

Moderate

Age

12+

$339/Person

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Will never forget White Salmon
I have been whitewater rafting with 3 companies and by far this was the best one. Spenser and Liam were amazing guides that truly made our experience unforgettable in the best way. Hands down!!!! Best way to end the summer.

Joan M

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