Places to Whitewater Raft and Kayak

Whitewater is formed when a river's water moves swiftly over rocks. This movement creates waves that kayakers and rafters like to ride over. Different rivers have better waves at different flow rates and different seasons of the year. Rafting and kayaking can be a dangerous sport if one is not trained. This section of Backcountry Secrets shows our list of place to whitewater raft and kayak. If you know of other rivers to run, please share them.
Alberta
Lat/Lon: 51.041538, -115.031619
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California
Lat/Lon: 40.76697, -123.132952
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Idaho
Lat/Lon: 44.413766, -116.031611
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Idaho
Lat/Lon: 44.067725, -111.2462
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Idaho
Lat/Lon: 46.33455, -115.3448
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Idaho
Lat/Lon: 45.363466, -114.299829
Camping
Canoeing
Caving / Spelunking
Hiking & Backpacking
Horseback
Mountain Biking
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Idaho
Lat/Lon: 42.251965, -111.756363
Canoeing
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Idaho
Lat/Lon: 45.41002, -114.016113
Camping
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Idaho
Lat/Lon: 46.053863, -115.3096
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New Hampshire
Lat/Lon: 42.864703, -71.507725
Swimming Holes
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Oregon
Lat/Lon: 45.133838, -121.121709
Kayak Park & Play
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Panama
Lat/Lon: 9.14385, -79.04466
Camping
Canoeing
Hiking & Backpacking
Horseback
Swimming Holes
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Washington
Lat/Lon: 48.865788, -118.198385
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Washington
Lat/Lon: 48.57935, -118.24058
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Wisconsin
Lat/Lon: 45.0173, -88.6344
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Wyoming
Lat/Lon: 44.1619, -109.6249
Canyoneering
Rock / Ice Climbing
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Wyoming
Lat/Lon: 43.204597, -110.821624
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