Two wildlife refuges.
Right in our own back yard.
Our tours and lessons are available for beginner through advanced
levels. We know the places – serene sloughs, swimming holes, places to watch the salmon returning to the streams in which they were hatched, gently swirling eddies to learn in, and scenic wide open channels.
√ Providing place-based educational experiences and safe, enjoyable outdoor and paddlesports opportunities.
√ Fostering skill-development and adventure.
√ While looking after of our people and our environment.
Kayaking the Lower Gorge
VIEW ALL COLUMBIA RIVER KAYAKING VIDEOS
Latest Blog Posts
Guides/Assistant Guides We are looking to train and hire guides to work from May through October in 2023 and future seasons. Guides that have met our minimum standard for lead guiding can expect to lead our half, full, and multi-day trips. We provide training to help...
Photo above is taken from the Viewpoint Landing website and shows the building, which is located across from the northwest tip of Price Island, at dusk looking on to the Skamokawa Channel as it opens to the lower Columbia River at River Mile 33.7. Viewpoint Landing...
Photo above shows part of the town of Skamokawa ("ska-MOCK–a-way") provided by Road Scholar participants in 2023. This season’s 2023 newsletter includes a local spotlight section with content graciously provided by local historian and award-winning author,...
Kim talks below about what brought her to CRK, how her career as a mental health therapist has taught her the importance of getting outdoors, and what she is enjoying most so far this season as a guide-in-training. Tell us a bit about yourself and what brought you to...