Skagit WSR - Enjoy the Skagit!


There are many activites to enjoy along the Skagit Wild and Scenic River System.

Finding Your Way to and Around the Skagit River System

The Skagit Wild and Scenic River designation begins just east of the town of Sedro-Woolley, extending to Bacon Creek near the boundary of the Ross Lake National Recreation Area in the North Cascades National Park Service Complex.

Skagit Wild & Scenic River System - Outstanding Fisheries

Catching sight of wild fish swimming and spawning throughout these rivers is an invigorating experience. Each species depends on certain elements to support them in their struggle for survival.

Skagit Wild & Scenic River System - Remarkable Scenery

Travel along the rivers offers a wide spectrum of spectacular scenery. Views of rural communities blend with long undeveloped stretches of river adding to the wild character.

Skagit Wild & Scenic River System - Abundant Wildlife

A dramatic event unfolds each year as spawning salmon return to the rivers followed by hundreds of hungry bald eagles.