If you are looking for your options for Spokane river rafting, you have two of them. Choose one of these options on the Spokane River if it is the closest river to you and you have limited time on your trip to Spokane, Washington.
Otherwise, if you are willing to drive a bit, you have two other rivers in the Inland Northwest region to choose from: Coeur d’Alene River and Clark Fork River.
Spokane River Rafting Options
The Whitewater Trip runs 2 to 3 hours. The difficulty level is moderate with mostly class II and has two punchy class III rapids. It is considered a beginner/intermediate river rafting option and good for ages 5 and over.
This beginner level whitewater route is our most exciting on the Spokane River and the closest to both Spokane and Coeur d’Alene. If you have limited time or don’t want to travel the 2 hours to the world class Clark Fork River, this trip is perfect for a breath of the outdoors and an excellent thrill. This trip provides the opportunity for some wild rapids and also some leisure time to enjoy the water with rafting games from our guides. Departures begin in late April and run through the end of June (end date varies each year). More Information Adults $65 Youth $60 (Season: April through mid June)
The Scenic Trip is a great option for your Spokane River rafting. It is offered May through October and runs just under 2 hours in length. This trip meets at the same Water Ave river put in point in downtown Spokane, but takes out before the whitewater stretch begins. This scenic river rafting trip is great for ages 3 and up and features flat water and rippling rapids. More Information Adults $60 Youth $55 (Season: May through September)