Wenatchee River Rafting
The Wenatchee River is a river in Washington originating at Lake Wenatchee and flowing southeast until it meets the Columbia River immediately north of Wenatchee, Washington. On its way it passes the towns of Leavenworth, Peshastin, Dryden, Cashmere, and Monitor.
Historically the dividing line between Okanogan County and Kittitas County, the river has been in the center of Chelan County since the county's formation around 1899.
If hot, sunny whitewater with a beautiful backdrop is what you're looking for, this is the one for you. What makes the Wenatchee River Washington's most popular whitewater rafting river is its huge waves accompanied by Eastern Washington's warm to hot, dry weather. It can be enjoyed by new and veteran paddlers alike, great for kids (12 and up) and first-time paddlers. Not only is the Wenatchee River Washington's top rafting trip, but it ranks within the top 10 most popular rivers for whitewater rafting in the entire U.S.!