Skagit Eagle Tour 3 Hour
This is the famous 'heated drift boat' eagle tour—a delightful way to observe the wilderness of nature on one of the most magnificent rivers on our continent, in the company of migrating and often feeding bald eagles. We use custom-made drift boats equipped with open-flame propane heaters to take the chill off. Low impact and designed with our children, parents, and grandparents in mind. Our 3 Hour Eagle Tour begins in Rockport WA and is our most popular tour.
Skagit River Eagle Tours' 3 hour tour offers a quiet, serene float—a wonderful way to experience the beauty of the Skagit. Whether you're a nature lover or an amateur or professional photographer, this tour will leave you with a lasting impression of the Skagit and the migrating eagles that return every year. We meet at Howard Miller Steelhead Park, where we then transport you up the river by bus to Marblemount, WA. Upon arrival in Marblemount, we launch the boats, ignite the propane heaters, conduct a brief safety meeting, and embark on an 8-mile drift through the Bald Eagle sanctuary. Throughout the tour, our experienced guide will provide information about the eagles, salmon runs, and the intricate roles they play on this beautiful river.
$95.00 per person + sales tax and fees.
You can conveniently purchase your tickets online or call us at: 360-510-1243
Summary of Trip
Length of trip: 8.9 miles
Normal Season: December-February (depending on Eagle Migration)
Runnable River Level: All levels
River Gauge Used: USGS Skagit River at Nehalem (click here to be directed to hydrograph)
Trip Meeting Location: Howard Miller Steelhead Park, 52804 Rockport Park Rd, Rockport, WA 98283
Type of Boat Used: 20’ Koffler Aluminum Drift boats (or similar) heated with propane space heaters throughout
Maximum Number of Guests Per Trip: 22
Minimum Number of Guests Per Trip: 4
Minimum Age: 7 (All minors must be accompanied by parent or guardian, and all minors must be announced at time of booking).
Minimum Weight: 50lbs. (Anyone under 90lbs. requires a specific life jacket so all people under 90lbs. must be announced at the time of booking or at least 3 days prior to trip departure)
River Classification: Class 1-2 (click here to be directed to the American Whitewater page for this section)
Safety Protocol: Non-whitewater section. Swiftwater rescue kits, medical trauma kits, emergency communication device.
Paddles/Helmets Required: no/no
Type of Life Jacket Provided: Type 3 or 5
Duration on the River: 2-2.5 hours
Duration of Complete Trip: 3-3.5 hours
To make a reservation please call us at 360-510-1243 or book online today!
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