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Skagit River Wintertime Bald Eagle Float Trips
Trips offered every day of the week!
Gateway to the North Cascades National Park on the Cascade Loop, the Skagit River affords a remarkable outdoor experience throughout the winter right in the backyard of Seattle and Vancouver, BC. Surrounded by majestic Northwest scenery, the Lower Skagit wilderness delivers fantastic framing for your photos of the bald eagles in the Winter. With 2.5 Hours on the water, this river rafting trip is perfect for a day of family fun or corporate team building or just a relaxing getaway.
Check out Blue Sky Outfitters on the Seattle Channel
A little bit about the Skagit River
The Skagit River runs from the Cascade Mountains to Puget Sound, and accounts for over 20% of the fresh water entering the Sound.
Over the last 30 years many efforts have been made to preserve the river for generations to come. Every year the Skagit River draws in hundreds of Bald Eagles, as well as thousands of other migrating birds.
The Skagit River is the only river in Washington State that still hosts native populations of all five Pacific Salmon - chinook, coho, sockeye, chum and pink. This is what draws in the platoons of Bald Eagles that perch in the Douglas fir and Cottonwood trees overlooking the river.
For 2013 Season we’ve hand-picked the following trips as the best Washington State has to offer:
"In appreciation of your efforts to organize and sponsor the Skagit River Clean Up. The enthusiasm and commitment of your company, and particularly your guides was instrumental to the success of the project"
-District Ranger, Mt.Baker-Snoqualmie NF
Online Booking Now Available!
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Or, if you'd prefer, feel free to give us a call at (206)938-4030 or (800)228-RAFT or send us an . We'd be happy to help you plan the perfect trip.
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