Sauk River Whitewater Rafting (Class 3-4)

Detail Duration: 4 hours
Whitewater Rafting on the Sauk River
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Class 3 and 4 whitewater rafting on the Sauk River makes it easier for people to have a good time and take pictures. Yes, you will be pushed through the rapids at high speeds, but you will land in places that are absolutely beautiful. This is a place that you must see to believe, and you must come prepared to raft with the best.

The whitewater rafting tour is interesting because it brings you face to face with some of the most amazing rapids in the world. The rapids were built over millions of years in a place that has cut out of the stone, and you are riding over and past rocks that are millions of years old. Your kids will be captivated by this place, and you will be amazed at how it looks when you are sitting in the raft before starting.

The rapids are navigated by a professional who helps you learn your way. You are shown many of the places where you could stop, and you might even take a few different people on the rafting trip to different parts of the course and camp on the river's bank.

There are tickets and a map online that will help people learn what to do when coming on this tour, and it is very important that everyone knows how intense the rapids will be before they get there.

That is a much better way to enjoy the rapids, and you will find that your can save money at the same time. Even your kids can come, and you might end up camping on the banks.

This is an intermediate whitewater trip. Please exercise caution and when in doubt choose an easier trip like the Skagit if you have beginners or children. Participants are required to be in wetsuits; you can bring one or rent one (it is included in the price on Viator). Participants are required to watch a 10 minute safety video and sign an online liability waiver. No participants are allowed under the age of 14. All participants between the ages of 14-17 must have previous class 3, or above, whitewater experience. Participants 18 and over must be capable swimmers and be able to participate in a rescue if needed.

Trip Itinerary Example; 9am trip. 

9:00am: meet with your guides/introductions at White Chuck Boat Launch
9:05am: get suited up in your wetsuits
9:15am: get your PFD, Helmet, and Paddles
9:20am: participate in extensive safety orientation, paddle talk, and rescue scenario
10:00am: begin paddling down the river
12:00pm: arrive at Bachman Park where a bus awaits to take you back to your car
12:15pm: shake hands with your guides and hand back your equipment
12:20pm: have a nice day!

Pickup & Return:
USFS Marblemount Boat Launch located across the bridge in Marblemount, WA.


  • Professional guide
  • PFDs
  • All necessary equipment
  • Hypothermia gear, safety equipment, medical supplies
  • Local taxes
  • Driver/guide
  • Professional guide
  • Use of helmet
  • Professional guide

Does not include:

  • Food and drinks
  • Water Bottle

Additional Information:

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • All passenger weights MUST be advised at time of booking
  • All passenger heights MUST be advised at time of booking

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