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Rogue River Outfitters, White Water Rogue Wilderness Rafting.
Rafting the Rogue is both as adventurous as it is rewardingly beautiful. The rivers class II, II, IV white water is well reputed as being among the nation’s best. Yet the rafting is only part of the enjoyment. The Rogue River offer a special wilderness experience that is truly first rate.
Your Rogue River trip begins at Graves Creek and ends 3 days, 2 nights and 38 miles later after numerous memorable adventures at Foster Bar. Our trips take you through 32 miles of federally protected Wild & Scenic Rogue River Canyon.
In 1976 the Rogue River was the first river entered into an act of congress called “The Wild and Scenic Rivers Act of 1968” This act was aimed at protecting and preserving the present state of the Rouge River and since then there has been no building or development. To protect against crowding the Rogue River can only be accessed by obtaining a permit. These laws have allowed the Rogue River to remain unchanged with its scenic beauty undiminished.
We raft the Rogue during the months of July and August. At this time of year you can count on warm weather with temperatures ranging from 85 to 95. Also, the Rogue River water levels are favorable for rafting making the class II, III, IV white water exciting and safe. Don’t’ worry if the weather is too warm the Rogue River water temperatures average 65 to 74 degrees, making the Rogue a perfect temperature for swimming. The Rogue River is a drop pool river, so after every rapid there is a pool before the next surge of excitement.
Between rapids as well as the beautiful scenery you will see all kinds of birds from Osprey, wild turkey, numerous hawks to Bald Eagles perched above watching over all. There are also abundant animal life turtles, playful otters, mink, and deer and if you’re lucky you may even see black bear fishing along the Rogue River.
There are numerous side hikes, swimming in a creek where gold miners once panned for gold or try panning for yourself. Walk up to Zane Grey’s cabin (the author of the Rogue River Feud and other western novels), visit the historical Rogue River Ranch Museum, swim lower Mule Creek canyon and enjoy hot rock therapy at the pick-up beach or slide down a natural water slide into a placid pool.
The Rogue River is an amazingly rewarding trip for all ages. A guest once said “This is the best multi- generational vacation we have ever been on” Whether your 8 or 80 you will fully enjoy this beautiful Rogue River trip, there is sensational beauty around every corner, exciting white water, side hikes, and our guides know how to cater the Rogue River to each and every guest.
Rogue River Outfitters is a second generation family owned and operated outfitting business. We take great pride in all our Rogue trips. All of our guides are full time and have many years of experience boating the Rogue River and other Oregon, Washington and California rivers. Our equipment is the best on the market and it is professionally maintained.
We offer Double Lodge trips, Camp Combo Trips and Double Camp Trips. For trip availability please call.
|Rogue River White Water Wilderness Rafting|
|When Trips Run||Rafting Option|
|July and August||Guided/Kayak/Boat|
|Trip Type||Cost Per Person|
|Lodge to Lodge||$895.00 Adults
$845.00 11 years & under
|Camp to Lodge Combo||$895.00 Adults
$825.00 11 years & under
|Deluxe Double Camp||$695.00 per person|
|Deluxe 4 Day Camp||$895.00 per person|
(On our Double camp & 4 day trips we will need at least 10 guests to run)
Please note that we gladly accept Visa and MasterCard’s, we do however charge a 2% transaction fee on all cards. Before taking your card number you will be advised of this fee up front.
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