Wenatchee River White Water Rafting and Wine Tasting 6 Hour Adventure in Leavenworth Valley, Washington

Wine, Beer
Meet The Maker, Rafting
Meal, Pick up, Tour guide
Adventure, Outdoor
Minimum Drinking Age
/ Person
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Activity Overview
This Wenatchee River white water rafting and wine tasting adventure in Cashmere, Washington is a customer fan favorite! 

It is 6 hours of non-stop fun, and includes being picked up in the center of Leavenworth and tranfer to the rafting meeting point in Cashmere, Washington. Enjoy the awesome waves of the Wenatchee River, followed by a delicious sirloin steak BBQ, and 3 hours of wine tasting in the Leavenworth Valley. 

Our experienced guides will get you geared up for your white water adventure! Your excitement begins immediately as you launch directly into Upper Gorilla and Sharkstooth, filled with lots of fun waves. Soon you’ll be upon the unforgettable rapids of Drunkards Drop, with great walls of green and white water.

End your white water rafting adventure with the massive sandstone ledges of Snowblind, where your guide will show off their cool moves in this technical maze, followed by the awesome waves of Grannys and the Suffacator. Your white water adventure ends at the beautiful and relaxing Riverside Park in Cashmere, Washington. 

Change into dry clothes, and enjoy loading up your plate at our delicious Top Sirloin Steak BBQ -- with corn on the cob, potato salad, french bread, and ice cold lemonade, (Vegetarian options also available). Here you can relive your rafting adventure, viewing photos from the day, and laughing about the highlights with your guides.

Your day isn't over yet! Next, you'll head over to the best wineries of the beautiful Wenatchee Valley. You'll enjoy some classic Eastern Washington reds as well as traditional German grapes in the spirit of Leavenworth. 

We will be tasting many wines along the way, so we always encourage our guests to stay well hydrated with the bottled water provided. We will finish back at our downtown Leavenworth shop, and we take care of all the driving along the way!

Please consider purchasing some of these amazing wines on the tour and support our local wineries. They are very special people and work hard for your wine tasting enjoyment!
Practical information
Skill Level: Beginner
Please note - most wineries have a minimal tasting fee - wine tasting fees range from $5 - $10 per tasting room. This fee is waived if you purchase wine.

What to bring along:
-You MUST bring a valid ID for the wine tasting portion of this tour
-Swimsuit or shorts to wear under your wetsuit
-Change of clothes (we'll store those for you while your rafting)
-Any medications you may need
-Water bottle

-Waterproof camera
-Baseball cap or brimmed hat to shield your face from the sun
-Cheap sunglasses
-Guide Gratuity

*Note: Please do not wear any cotton clothing (sweatshirts, jeans, etc.). Unlike wool and polypropylene, cotton will not keep you warm when it gets wet.

We Provide:
-Farmer John style wetsuits (full body without sleeves)
-Neoprene booties
-Coast Guard Approved life jackets
-Water resistant drybags on rafts (for extra sweaters, hats, snacks, etc.)
  • Wine tasting
  • Transportation
  • BBQ lunch
  • Bottled water
Start Time
Daily, starting Apr 1, 2018, until Aug 31, 201810:00 AM
6 H
More Info
Cancellation Policy
Very Strict
  • Cancellations made 15 days before will be fully refunded.
  • Cancellations made at a later date will not be refunded.
2 reviews   0 comments
Overall Experience
(5.0 of 5)
Great time on the river with our Scout troop and families. Emma was our boats guide and did a great job. The river was warm the air cool. We went about 16 miles on the river in about 2 1/2 hours. All equipment was furnished. My only advice is to bring something to stand on that you don't mind getting dirty when you change in and out of your wetsuit and booties. On a side note the steak after the trip ... more was excellent.
Overall Experience
My husband and I took our family on a rafting trip last summer. Great guides, very professional but also fun. They know the river well and can make your ride a little more exciting or little more easy depending on your group. The steak BBQ and corn on the cob afterwards definitely hits the spot. (We also had a few vegetarians in our group and they were awesome to accommodate them). Their equipment ... more is in great shape and the whole operation seemed very well run.
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