Information About Washington Recreational River Runners
Washington Recreational River Runners (WRRR) is a private, nonprofit corporation organized to promote the safe, recreational use and enjoyment of all WRRR is a means for river users to meet and exchange information, ideas, and opinions. WRRR members enjoy the rivers of the Northwest and British Columbia, in raft, catarafts, inflatable and hardshell kayaks, WRRR is open to any whitewater enthusiast. WRRR encourages adequate training in relevant river skills and the recognition and respect of land owner rights. WRRR also educates and informs river users of river development plans, environmental laws which can protect rivers and government programs which study and manage rivers. WRRR members enjoy organized trips or hook up with other members for private trips. WRRR is dedicated to promoting recreational river running as a safe, fun sport for all.
Many of our more experienced members will give you tips and advice. There are also many good training opportunities available through local guides and outfitters. Although WRRR has no formal training program for learning raft guiding or kayaking, WRRR members will be happy to point you in the right direction.
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WRRR pays 1/3 of tuition costs for river related safety classes on first-come first-served basis. More information is available here.