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Kayak Through Portland on the Willamette River
Portland, OregonCall For Price 1/2 Day
Come summertime, every Portlander itches to get in the water. A unique, relaxing way to see the city is from the Willamette River, which runs right through the center of the city. Our Local will accompany you during this great Experience and set up a delicious picnic with regional produce to enjoy together on Ross Island, just a few paddle strokes away. Make sure you bring a backpack and lots of water or a couple of favorite drinks. You’ll get suited and geared up with rental equipment and you’ll be off on your adventure, going under a couple of bridges and enjoy the views of the city.
Keep your eyes open as we reach Ross Island, as it is home to many species of birds including great blue herons and bald eagles, which make their nests on the island in the spring. Make sure you are wearing your swimming suit, as the water is pretty clean, and you may want to go for a refreshing swim. When time is up you will make your way to a “happening” local pub to grab a beer or two and some well-deserved relaxation.
- Included kayak rental to experience Portland in a very unique and beautiful way
- Local guide to accompany you for a few hours to Ross Island
- Picnic lunch to eat while watching the birds on their sanctuary island
- Local will accompanying you after you return to a local pub where you can purchase refreshment
- Optional kayak lessons
Duration: 4-5 hours
Difficulty level: Kayaking
Meals: Snacks, picnic, and refreshments included. Beer or food at the pub not included.
Requirements: Be able to swim, comfortable in water
Availability: Year round
Max # of people allowed: 8
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