The float down the Skagit River in the fall is a perfect way to enjoy the spectacular colors of autumn, view the late spawning salmon, and a great way to celebrate the season and view the natural beauty of the Skagit. Our personable guides are very knowledgeable about the area and the river. Many of them have been guiding for 10 years or more and they fully enjoy sharing this wonder with visitors. Very adept at spotting plan and wildlife, your guide will relate the rich history and ecology of the Skagit.
This 8-10 mile float covers the area where you will be able to view the best scenery. The trip takes about 4 hours and is suitable for all ages (6 and up) as there is no white water. Bring your cameras for the many photo opportunities. Meet in Concrete, WA where prior to embarking on your safe inflatable raft our guides will brief you with our safety talk about this trip. We provide shuttle service, life jackets and extra rain ponchos when necessary. Please see information in What to Wear section on our website for proper clothing for the weather conditions on this outing. Proper clothing is very important as you lose heat through your head and your feet!
Season runs now through November.
Trip Times: Meet at 10 am, unless other arrangements have been made, at the Marblemount Shell Station - 60070 State Route 20.
What to Bring: Camera, binoculars or video camera in a plastic bag. We can supply dry bag if needed. We will provide a snack but you may want to bring some extra!
Please note: Trips are not cancelled due to rain or cold weather