- $67 for a rafting trip on the Upper or Lower Yakima River for up to eight people (up to $135 value)
Self-guided trips take place in a 13-foot self-bailer raft or a standard floor raft, and include all necessary equipment. Additional equipment, such as ice chests, dry bags, and pet flotation devices, are available for an additional fee.
The dynamic waters of the Yakima River offer a range of experiences for rafters, and whether they're hoping for an interactive afternoon or a leisurely paddle with the family, they'll find the trip for them at Rill Adventures. Different legs of the river have varying levels of rapids, and calm water. Outings can be tailored to suit beginner and intermediate rafters alike. Both sections offer lots of opportunity for swimming, water fighting, and relaxing. One set of class II rapids on an otherwise leisurely float. Rafts, inflatable kayaks, pontoons, and tubes are all available for the outings, and fishermen can rent fly-fishing gear for self-guided excursions along the river, where rainbow trout can grow up to 20 inches long in the water and three feet long in the story of catching them.