This event is hosted by Ryan Miller and Alex Olsen.
**Lots of Information, Please read it all!!**
Party people come join us in taking over the Yakima River on August 16th! Get your speedos, bikinis, or birthday suits ready things are gonna be bigger and better. Float is saturday at 11:00:AM. Camping is Fri/Sat night!
**We're asking for donations this year**
We've upped the ante this year and will be spending lots more money on cleanup and things that we need to support so many people. Please donate $5-$20 bucks if you could. It'll help make this year that much better. Please PayPal donations to. [masked]
**Float at your own risk! We're just two dudes in speedos floating a river and you're welcome to join us but remember, you're responsible for yourself!!**
Here's a couple links you NEED to look at:
Epic Float Survival Guide:
Ever play Zelda?... Here's the Map. Boom!
** CLEAN UP AFTER YOURSELF!!***
-That means pick up and pack out your trash from camping and from the float. Don't litter or leave your trash at the take-out point. This is important for the community to continue to let us do this every year. Be a flippin adult about it. For those of you that haven't ever floated Epicly before here's the rundown. Every year we float about a 6 hour long section of the Yakima river near Cle Elum. The river is swift, cold, and has a cliff jump spot halfway down at a spot that we take out at and drink for an extra hour or so. Everyone is encouraged to wear wacky attire and use stupid inflatable whales or turtles or whatever unique flotation device you can find. Bring your own adult beverages to enjoy under the hot sun. Please keep in mind that this river is fast moving and has lots of snags and fallen trees throughout. So please look out for all the people in your group and everyone else on the float. We haven't had problems yet because everyone has worked together to make sure everyone is mostly safe. If you see ANYONE in trouble please help them!
There will be Epic Float camping at 29 Pines campground located a few miles from the float. Everyone is strongly encouraged to camp both Friday and Saturday night. You'll be really tired Saturday after the float and won't want to drive all the way back to Seattle. Yes, there will be an epic DJ'd dance party to keep the party going all night back at the campground. Campfires aren't allowed at the campground so buy a propane campfire set up. Cheap (65$) and so worth it.
This float is way funner than any other float you've ever been on before, that is a scientific fact. Can't wait to see you all there! Party!
Anyone that has pictures or videos or stories from last year post them here and let everyone see what to expect
Facebook event page - https://www.facebook.com/events/634403643297086/