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Skykomish River Rafting

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2/24/17
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Triad River Tours
336 36th Street, Suite 191
Bellingham WA 98225
360-510-1243

http://triadrivertours.com/
Triad River Tours was founded by river guides. Our five river managers all have over 10 years of rafting experience; combined they have nearly 100 years as whitewater professionals. Triad is uncompromisingly committed to highly paid industry professionals who are exceptionally qualified to lead minimalist rafting trips. Understanding the connection between a fair/living wage for outdoor professionals and the quality of performance is critical when analyzing our company. While guides don't walk around with dollar signs attached to their helmets, rest assured that our commitment to them as an employer is nearing a sacred bond.
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great trips on the Skagit!
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2015-06-30
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Taking a look at the snow pack heading into the rafting season we're reminded to book trips early to ensure the funnest ride! Of course, we will be running the Upper Skagit, as usual, on into September. The Sauk and Skykomish Rivers will likely be running into July.
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Some fun out there with the guides on the Skykomish; have a funny video if you want to see what we're up to.

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People are getting worried about Snowpack for whitewater next summer. What it means for us is more fun on technical water where great guides showcase their skill. It's also true that while the southern rivers have struggled with snowpack, our Skagit River ALWAYS has water because it's a BC Glacially fed river. Our Sauk river also has the luxury of being fed by Glacier Peak, at 10,000 feet, we always have water up north for all to enjoy.
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