To register for events with Columbia River Kayaking please call 360-747-1044 or email us.
Calendar List of Trips
|Regularly Scheduled Half-day tour||levels 1 to 3||$59/person|
|Regularly Scheduled Half-day+ tour||levels 1-3||$79|
|Regularly Scheduled Full-day tour||levels 1-3||$99|
|Regularly Scheduled Full-day+ tour||levels 1-3||$99-119|
|Regularly Scheduled Immersion! Classes||levels 1-3||$99|
|Custom Tours/Instruction||levels 1-3||Call for pricing 360-747-1044|
To register, call CRK at 360-747-1044 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. VISA, Mastercard, American Express and Discover cards are accepted, as are checks that clear before the class date.
All classes and tours require full fee at time of registration. Registration fee is refundable minus $20 processing fee until 14 days before the event. From 14 days to 7 days before the event refund will be half of total, no refunds will be given after 7 days unless your spot fills. If your spot fills, you may have a refund minus $20 processing fee. Rescheduling is encouraged.
Please arrive 15 minutes to half an hour before your lesson or
tour, and allow that it may run over by up to an hour.
based on BCU star awards
Level I programs are generally
scheduled for mornings or days with little tidal movement, or
in protected lakes or creeks. No experience necessary.
Level II tours may experience light
wind (8kts), small waves (1'), or moderate current (1kt).
Level 2 tours build on the basics introduced at level 1. Calm
capsize and reentry experience is required.
Level III programs take advantage
of afternoon wind (15kts, waves 2-3') or greater tidal action
Level IV programs require well-refined
paddling skills as they venture into surf, strong wind, or dramatic
current. They may require or build navigation skills, and
contain strong elements of group interdependence.
One quart plastic water bottle (full)
Lunch for full day events, snacks
Sunscreen and lip protection
Sunglasses with strap
Hat for rain and sun
Paddling jacket or rain jacket
Non-cotton shirts (2) for layering (wool, pile, polypro, other synthetic)
Non-cotton pants (nylon, wool, spandex, fleece)
Sandals with heel strap or neoprene booties, or tennies that can get wet
Wool or fleece socks
Swimsuit (optional, but makes a quick-drying under-layer)
Change of clothes for the trip home
Wetsuit if you have one
Gloves for blister protection (optional)
Drybag if you have one
Camera, film, binoculars
The Other Months:
Drysuit if you have one
More and warmer non-cotton layers
Shatterproof thermos with hot drink
Warm paddling gloves or pogies
Evening and Moonlight Paddles:
Flashlight or headlamp
Warm non-cotton clothes
Wetsuit, paddling jacket, and pogies available
Info for planning your own Columbia River kayak trip