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Listed below are a number of commercial outfitters that run rafting trips on the Tieton River. Visit their web sights to learn more. For more on the Tieton River, click on Rafting the Tieton River.
One of Washington State's founding whitewater rafting outfitters, Blue Sky Outfitters offers all-inclusive day trips on the Tieton River complete with experienced guides, professional equipment, and great food - a light lunch before the trip and their famous Choice Top Sirloin Steak BBQ afterwards. Rated number one for customer satisfaction year after year, your enjoyment is their highest priority. Their Tieton trips cover 21 miles of river - the longest of any outfitter in the state. This trip is an annual adventure for many of Blue Sky Outfitters' guests. Individuals, families, and groups from 2 to 200+ are welcome.
Washington's oldest and most respected river rafting outfitter, Orion - The Good Guides in the White Rafts, provides daily, unhurried river trips from May through July on the Wenatchee River. Based in Leavenworth, blue ribbon winner of King 5's Best of Northwest Travel Escapes, Orion is a full-service outfitter providing wetsuits, wetsuit boots, splash jackets, a courtesy shuttle at the river, all necessary river gear and personable, professional, well-trained guides. Choose from a trip that includes a riverside meal, or select the Late Sleeper Express and forgo the meal stop. Group discounts available.
Osprey Rafting Company.
4342 Icicle Road, PO Box 668, Leavenworth, WA 98826. Phone: 509-548-6800; Toll-free: 1-800-743-6269.
Go Big Whitewater, LLC. PO Box 365, Leavenworth, WA 98826. Phone: 206-949-9600; Toll-free: 1-888-979-9600.
Osprey Rafting Company. 4342 Icicle Road, PO Box 668, Leavenworth, WA 98826. Phone: 509-548-6800; Toll-free: 1-800-743-6269.
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