Three river guides from ROW Adventures share their stories of their time on the river last summer during a global pandemic.
Paddlers, anglers, tubers, and rafters can enjoy an improved access site for the Spokane River within the Great Gorge recreational area. Upgrades to improve safety and ease of use were made to the Aubrey White Water Trail Access put-in/take-out area, located adjacent to the City of Spokane Riverside Park Water Reclamation Facility. The site was
If you are looking for outdoor adventure, whitewater rafting will deliver. But an excellent way to add even more adventure is to spend three or more days floating a longer section of river while camping along the riverbank as you go. The Inland Northwest abounds with such opportunities, and if you are looking for an
Like many regions of the country, the Inland Northwest is home to wonderful outdoor pursuits, but it is fair to say that we live in the very best part of the United States for multi-day rafting adventures. We have more miles of undammed, free-flowing rivers with a decent gradient than any other part of the
I’m never far from our river, in whatever form it takes. This fall as I was waxed my skis, I dreamed of turns in deep Copper Basin, Bitterroot Mountain powder. Layers and layers of clean Idaho snow; our river in its most primordial form. But as the winter drug on and the mountains were buffeted
If you’re waiting for warmer temperatures or mellow river conditions to book a river trip, don’t. Floating lazily down the river on 80 degree days in sandals and board shorts is pretty nice, but waiting also means you’re missing out on some of the season’s biggest, thrilling whitewater. It’s a secret that’s kept many seasoned
Floating the Spokane River during the hottest days of summer has long been a favored pastime for generations of locals—blow up the big, fat tubes, load up the cooler and the car and go. This process got much easier—no more figuring out tube transport and a shuttle system—thanks to Jon Wilmot and his company, FLOW