Tieton, Washington, US
|Usual Difficulty||II-III (for normal flows)|
|Tieton At Rimrock|
|dream-559||1000 - 3000 cfs||II-III||11h46m||1600 cfs (running)|
SEASON: The annual flip-flop typically occurs on our around the weekend after Labor Day. At that time, flows from the Yakima are reduced and flows on the Tieton are increased to serve irrigation interests downstream providing good boating through much of September.
FUN FACT: The last "summer" run
DESCRIPTION: Be warned that you want to take out before you reach the confluence with the Naches River as just downstream of this point there is a dangerous low head dam.