Humans often relax by communing with nature: hiking through mountains, paddling down rivers, and eating berries indiscriminately. Get your fill of nature with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $29 for a bald-eagle river tour and winery tour for one with wine tasting (a $75 value)
- $49 for a bald-eagle river tour and winery tour for two with wine tasting (a $150 value)
- $89 for a bald-eagle river tour and winery tour for four with wine tasting (a $300 value)<p>
Challenger Ridge Vineyard serves as the hub for this tour, which incorporates a leisurely float down the river and wine tastings. Guests float down the Skagit River, home to peaceful scenery and the occasional bald eagle hunting for spawning salmon. Afterward, the group heads back to the winery for a short tour and tasting of select wines. Once at the vineyard, visitors can unwind with short hikes, explore the vines, or play games of horseshoes or bocce while taking in the evening mountain air.<p>
Triad River Tours
Triad River Tours was founded by expedition guides who spent over a decade leading trips on multi-day whitewater expeditions on rivers like the Main Salmon and the Snake River of Hells Canyon. After spending many days working on simultaneously complex and luxurious rafting trips, they came to find beauty in the minimalist approach to rafting. Triad River Tours is a licensed, insured, and permitted outfitter in Washington state, and uses high-quality equipment and skilled guides to ensure guests have the best experience possible.
Triad River Tours focuses on the essential practices of great rafting trips, every tour follows meticulous safety protocols, and even before they offer a tour, the team spends up to six months scouting, preparing, and analyzing the specific route to ensure that every variable has been accounted for.
“It was awesome!”
“We had a great experience with Triad River tours. My family enjoyed the Skagit River float trip.”
“Very flexible with scheduling a trip. They helped accommodate us with family that was in from out of town.”