Oregon river trips are one of the best ways to enjoy the state’s abundant wildlife, beautiful wilderness areas, and great summer weather.
Rogue River Rafting Trips (Class III):
The most coveted permit for the Rogue River is the 34-mile Wild and Scenic stretch beginning at Grave Creek and ending at Foster Bar. This run boasts some tough rapids but also allows plenty of time for swimming in its tepid waters, enjoying the plethora of fine campsites or the unique lodge-to-lodge accommodations, watching the region’s abundant wildlife, or fishing for steelhead and salmon.
Go Rafting with A Commercial Outfitter in Oregon
Northwest Rafting Company is an award-winning group of professional, well-trained guides that lead people down the most beautiful rivers in the world.
Visit their website for more information about Oregon Whitewater Rafting.
More About Rafting in Oregon
Oregon is blessed with a little bit of everything in terms of landscape-broad golden hillsides, snow-capped mountain ranges, flat meadow lands and, of course, green landscapes of every imaginable sort. It’s this lush greenery which most visitors remember of Oregon. The verdant vegetation is a product of Oregon’s annual rainfall which can be quite generous in some areas of the state. This precipitation also creates some of the country’s loveliest rivers.