Wallula Reach

The Wallula Reach begins at the Ice Harbor Dam on the Snake River and ends at McNary Dam on the Columbia River. This reach includes the Bateman Spur, a 10-mile stretch of the Columbia River north from Sacajawea State Park to Bateman Island. Bateman Island is the farthest point upstream on the Columbia River that Lewis and Clark ventured. The Wallula Reach offers ample opportunities for entertainment, recreation, and re-supply in the Tri-Cities, the most urbanized portion of the water trail. Further downstream, travelers will boat through the Wallula Gap, a steep basalt gorge known for high winds and beautiful rock formations.

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