It is possible to enjoy the thrill of white water rafting and wine-tasting in Oregon with the White Water Rafting and Wine Tour in the Columbia Gorge. With this tour, you’ll get the chance to embrace your adventurous side, and you’ll get the opportunity to wind down afterwards with a glass a wine. White water rafting and wine…what an interestingly perfect combination.
What’s Included in the Tour
When you opt for the White Water Rafting and Wine Tour in the Columbia Gorge, you are opting for an inclusive adventure with a number of sweet perks. Most packages for this event start at $299. Both adults and teens 14 and up are permitted on the tour. However, the wine tasting is relegated to those 21 and older. For the white water rafting part of the tour, your ticket covers all rafting gear to include helmet, paddle, booties and wetsuit as well as admission to several natural scenic areas such as White Salmon River, Multnomah Falls and Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area. All of your wine tasting fees are covered, and you’ll enjoy traveling in a comfortable vehicle. Snacks and water are provided as well.
White Water Rafting
White watering rafting on the White Salmon River is an experience that you will always remember. This tour takes you down the river with trained, professional guides as you navigate through challenging rapids. Your guides will also provide interesting commentary about the ecosystem of the region while you get to explore and enjoy the beautiful scenery of the Columbia Gorge region.
After your white water rafting adventure, you’ll enjoy the slower pace of exploring the local wineries in Hood River. The wineries you’ll visit will vary based on the season, but some of the more popular wineries include Wy’East Vineyards and Cathedral Ridge. In an intimate setting, you’ll learn in-depth about the wine-making process while also getting the opportunity to explore the surrounding area that is teeming with orchards filled with fruit trees. The 21 and older participants, will enjoy tasting the unique wine offerings coming from the local vineyards and wineries.
The White Water Rafting and Wine Tour in the Columbia Gorge