Klickitat River RaftingThe Klickitat River adventure is perfect for those who have rafted many of the other popular rivers in the Pacific Northwest and are looking for something new, fun and very scenic. This river meanders through beautiful forests with an abundance of wildlife. It’s not uncommon to see a bear while rafting this river! The river is runnable when the water is high enough, which isn’t all the time. Spring and early summer are the best floats!

The Klickitat River is a tributary of the Columbia River and is approximately 75 miles in length originating from the glaciers of Mt. Adams. The Klickitat River is located in South Central Washington. This river originates in the High Cascades near Tieton Peak on a remote corner of the Yakima Indian Reservation. It flows across the Lincoln Plateau until it reaches northern Klickitat County. From here, it descends off the plateau and enters steep basalt canyon terrain on its way to the Columbia River. With 10 miles of river from the confluence with Wheeler Creek, near the town of Pitt to the confluence of the Columbia River designated as Wild and Scenic in 1986, the Klickitat River is a beautiful recreation playground. The Klickitat River offer visitors great salmon and steelhead fishing depending on the time of year.

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Saturday 01/20 20%
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Mostly clear. Lows overnight in the low 30s.
Rain
Sunday 01/21 80%
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A steady rain in the morning. Showers continuing in the afternoon. High near 40F. Winds ENE at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 80%.
Ice Pellets
Monday 01/22 50%
Ice Pellets
Cloudy with light rain and freezing rain around early. High 42F. Winds WSW at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of precip 50%.
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Tuesday 01/23 80%
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Cloudy with occasional light rain. High 39F. Winds light and variable. Chance of rain 80%.
Chance of Rain
Wednesday 01/24 50%
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Overcast with rain showers at times. High 44F. Winds light and variable. Chance of rain 50%.
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Thursday 01/25 10%
Mostly Cloudy
Mostly cloudy skies. High 41F. Winds WSW at 10 to 15 mph.