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Take to the water to explore the scenic Chetco River estuary in Brookings with this 2.5-mile kayak tour. Paddle through the calm, clear waters to look for wildlife, including pelicans and kingfishers. Glide through the boat basin to see Coast Guard, commercial and leisure boats at the docks. Kayak for approximately 1.5-2 hours.
Paddle your way into the ocean with a 3.3-mile kayaking tour from Brookings near Ashland. Access the Pacific Ocean from the Chetco River mouth and kayak around Chetco Point. Watch for wildlife such as seals, sea lions and pelicans. Travel through calm waters near fishing and leisure boat docks.
Combine river kayaking with whitewater rafting on the Rogue River in this single tour. This is a great option for those who don’t want to commit to a full day of a single activity. Travelers of all skill levels are welcome; all equipment and instruction are provided. The day begins with an easy paddle in a blow up kayak, includes lunch by the river, and finishes with a thrilling rafting adventure over Tilomikh Falls.
Spend the morning kayaking in a protected headland on a two-and-a-half-hour easy- medium level ocean kayak adventure. See a wide variety of birds and marine life like Brown Pelicans, Osprey, Harbor Seals, Sea Lions, and even migrating Grey Whales in summer months. Paddle through kelp beds and see the working fishing port of Port Orford. Immerse yourself in nature, learn about local species and relive the memories with photos of the day emailed to you after the tour.
The Nugget Falls / Powerhouse trip offers the most exciting white water section of the entire Rogue River. Paddlers will take on a handful of class II rapids and fun wave trains before running the premiere rapids, Nugget Falls and Powerhouse (Ti’lomikh Falls). The adventure begins in Gold Hill, only a few miles off of I-5 Exit 35. Rafting: We offer one of the wildest rides on the Rogue River. This trip is safe enough for beginner paddles from age 6 to 86, but exciting enough to get the most experienced of white water enthusiasts hearts pumping.
YOUR TRIP INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING: Professional white water river guidance Deli Style Lunch Coast Guard approved life jackets Dry bag for personal items Cooler Water, soda and snacks Shuttle to and from JSO Wet suits, splash jackets and river shoes if needed
Spend two days learning to paddle your own inflatable kayak down the river through the whitewater. Our guides will teach you the basic skills to navigate the numerous class II rapids, where after two days you will feel like a pro. Younger kids or those looking for a milder adventure can ride in a raft captained by one of our experienced river guides. Spend your night sitting around the campfire and sleeping under the stars after eating a delicious meal cooked by our guides in camp. On this trip you float through a federally protected section of the world famous Rogue River. This section has been protected for over 50 years by the Federal Government due to its high quality rafting and spectacular scenery. So come learn to paddle an inflatable kayak on one of America's most famous and scenic rivers.
This 12 mile stretch of river combines both of our half-day trips into a relaxing and adventurous all day excursion on the Rogue. This trip departs Ashland once a day, seven days a week, when four or more river enthusiasts are ready to go. Guests leave the Ashland area by 9:00 a.m. and return approximately by 4:00 p.m. Private groups and different time schedules can be easily arranged with advance notice. Special family and group rates are also available for your Rogue River rafting adventure.
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