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Trailside's Last Raft Chance: Tieton River. 15% OFF.

Trailsides Last Chance Whitewater River Rafting on Tieton.
If you've missed it before or want to do it again with Trailside, don't miss this!

The Wildwater-River Rafting Company we have been rafting with is offering an end of season 15% discount off of the regular price of $69.00.

Ridin' The Tieton:
The Tieton is the most anticipated river of the season. Located near Yakima in the Snoqualmie National Forest, the Tieton River roars with over 14 miles of endless class III+ whitewater excitement. While just a creek in the summer, RimRock dam releases the whole month of September feeding the mighty Tieton River and creating intense rapids like “High Noon”, “Waffle-wall” and “Grasshopper.” Join us at the end of the season on the Tieton River for roller coaster waves, and beautiful desert weather.

Season: September

3.5-4 hour adventure

*Meet at Mile Post #180 on Highway 12
(2.5 miles East of Windy Point Campground, or 5.7 miles West of Junction Highway 12 and Hwy 410).
• Look for Wildwater River Guides vehicle. If lost, call[masked]

Driving times:
From Seattle, WA. approx. 3.0 hours
From Tacoma, WA. approx. 2.5 hours

Meetup Details:
Meetup will be at the SR 512 P&R behind McDonalds (at the concrete picnic tables) at 09:00 a.m. Departure will be at 10:15 a.m. Passengers will provide drivers $20 for gas.

[We may elect to stop for dinner on the way back]

They supply all of the river equipment that you will need, including a sleeveless wetsuit, neoprene booties for your feet, a helmet, and a PFD (personal floatation device)

For this river trip they suggest you bring:
• Swimsuit or swim trunks to wear under the wetsuit provided.
• Sunglasses with croakie attachment.

*Gas money for drivers if you are a passenger ($20).
*Money for snacks, coffee, and possibly dinner if the people in your carpool want to stop on the way back.

Meet at rendezvous.
1. Park cars. 2. Check in. Read through and sign participation waiver. 3. Receive the gear you will need for your river trip, change, and use your vehicle as a personal locker. 4. Ride the shuttle vehicle to the put-in/launch site. 5. Participate in a Guide Trip Talk. 6. Break into raft groups; meet your individual guide. 7. Go through basic river rafting instruction. 8. Raft river. 9. Take-out, change into dry clothing and return river gear you used to
Wildwater Staff.

Call WILDWATER for questions and reservations

Make your reservation online or call:
[masked]-WILD (9453) •[masked]-8558.
Use Reservation Code: TIETON2013 to receive the 15% discount off the regular price of $69.00

Signing up here DOES NOT make your reservation with the Wildwater River Company. Signing up here only tells the organizer of this trip who wants to go for car pools. The trip organizer does not take money from you for your reservation or make your reservation for you. To make your reservation with Wildwater-River, you must do it yourself via online or by phone. Your reservation must be PRE-PAID with Wildwater-River PRIOR to the Meetup at the SR 512 P&R on Saturday.

Don't wait until the last day to make your reservation.  Wildwater-River takes reservations every day from anybody (Trailside or not) who calls and wants to raft at the 1:30p.m. time slot. Once their rafts filled, reservations are closed. (Even if you've RSVP'd Yes above).

More information such as directions, itinerary, cancellation policy, and what to bring can be found at:

Disclaimer: Trailside is not a professional guide service. Our leaders function, as facilitators only, to enhance your outdoor experience. Reports of weather conditions are based on best available information, are subject to change, and are no guarantee of fitness for any particular purpose or appropriate for a certain fitness level. You may join us on this event at your own risk. Keep in mind that whitewater river rafting involves risks and weather changes quickly in the mountains. and on the river. You are responsible for your own safety and the more prepared you are, the better the chance you will remain safe.

Signing up for any Trailside organized event indicates that you have read, understand, and agree to the terms of this disclaimer and hold harmless all Trailside Organizers and Leaders in the event of injury or loss.

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  • Meagan S.

    David I was hoping we could carpool. I don't have a discovery pass.

    September 20, 2013

  • Meagan S.


    September 19, 2013

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