1. Kayak Wildlife Refuge Tours In Skamokawa
  2. Kayak Wildlife Refuge Tours In Skamokawa

Kayak Wildlife Refuge Tours In Skamokawa

This is a good introduction to kayaking, a one-way trip with the tide that begins in protected Elochoman Slough. Here we will paddle along the path of Lewis & Clark, who were led into the slough by two canoes of Wahkiakum Indians who brought the Corps to their village to trade in 1805. The route has some of the same individual trees that were standing at the time, as the spruce swamps here have trees over 300 years old. The most obvious residents now are Bald Eagles and Osprey, which we can watch as they patrol the sloughs for fish. We will emerge from the sloughs onto a sand beach along the main channel of the Columbia for lunch before taking historic Steamboat Slough down to Skamokawa. This is a leisurely trip, with time for bird-watching, photography and working on paddling strokes. Depending on the tides, this tour may be run in the opposite direction, starting in Skamokawa and going upstream. Price: Full Day (Aprrox. 7 Miles) - $95 + tax per person Other Level One and Two Tours Available: - Skamokawa Creek and Brooks Slough - Price Island - Lower Gorge - Grays Bay - Three Tree Point - Knappa Slough and Marsh Island - Welch Island - Full Moon - Nehalem Bay - John Day River If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.

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Capacity
1 guest
Boards & Paddles
Kayak
K.

Owner:Kyleen

Features & Details

Length
12ft
  • Life jackets/required safety gear

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