White Salmon Boaters: Use Caution Downstream of Powerhouse!
03/23/2016 - by Megan Hooker
White Salmon (WA) River Meeting Nov 15
11/07/2014 - by Megan Hooker
The Mid-Columbia Fisheries Enhancement Group is developing a Fish Habitat Conservation
Approach focused on the long-term management of salmon and steelhead habitat along the lower six
miles of the White Salmon River. The Enhancement Group has worked closely with American
Whitewater, Yakama Nation, and resource agencies to develop a collective vision for the White
Salmon River that realizes the full benefits of Condit Dam removal for fish and the community. It
is important for the boating community to be a part of this discussion, and we encourage local
boaters to participate in a community meeting in Husum on Saturday, November 15th.
The White Salmon is Officially OPEN!!
11/03/2012 - by Megan Hooker
More than two decades after we first investigated the recreational potential of a restored White Salmon River, and a year after a blast of dynamite punched a hole in the base of Condit Dam, the river is now navigable from the headwaters all the way down to the Columbia River! The White Salmon Narrows is a technically challenging new stretch of whitewater that is officially open to paddlers with the skill set to enjoy it safely. Paddlers running this section of river should be solid Class IV boaters who are comfortable running unfamiliar sections of river.
White Salmon River Homecoming Celebration (WA)
09/07/2012 - by Thomas O'Keefe
Removal of Condit Dam is nearing completion and we are getting ready to celebrate the moment on Saturday September 29th. Contractors still have equipment in and along the river that will be removed over the next couple weeks and a log jam resulting from the dam breach still needs to be addressed. It's important for paddlers to wait until this work is done and everyone considering this reach needs to understand the hazards associated with the class IV/V entrance drop into the Narrows.