Top Oregon Float Trips
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Available from Apr 15
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.
Available from Mar 1
Beginner paddlers are perfectly suited to this introduction to whitewater on the Rogue River. During this half-day tour, novices will enjoy full instruction and safety briefings before heading out on the 5.5-mile (9-kilometer) stretch of river, filled with exciting but manageable whitewater. Stop halfway to relax on dry land and have a snack before navigating the rest of the Class I through Class IV rapids on the river.
Available from Apr 24
Spend the day on Oregon’s Rouge River on a 5-hour rafting trip. Meet your guide in Ashland for a shuttle ride to your rafting location. Start with a safety briefing and then embark on your rafting adventure down 6 miles (9.6 km) of scenic class I-II rapids. Your guide handles paddling and steering so you can sit back and enjoy the ride. Stop midway for a snack and have lots of opportunities to get out of the raft to swim if you want. Kayaking can be an option deepening on the weather conditions. You return to the departure point and the end of the trip.
Available from May 1
When seeking adventure in Ashland, this white-water rafting tour delivers. Hit Class I to IV rapids along the Upper Klamath—your guide delivers paddling instructions and support as you fly down one of the most exciting white-water rafting courses in southern Oregon. This full-day trip includes breakfast, lunch, and transportation from downtown Ashland.
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