Choose by Geographic Location
Conveniently close to where you are staying. Use the Destination Map to click on the nearest river. The link will display the various trip options available on that river. You can also use Area Links to find nearby attractions, maps and other area information. If you’re in Portland you’ll want to look at the Deschutes River.
Choose by Trip Type
At the top right hand corner you’ll find a drop down box labeled “Select A Trip Type”. Choose a trip by the type of scenery, trip length, difficulty and more. This will give you a list of trips that fall into the category you choose.
Choose by Price or Date
Click on “Rates & Dates” in the navigation bar on the top of the page. You’ll get a full lay-out of all of our trips with prices and available dates organized by river. Scroll down to compare prices or to check availability during a certain time period. If you don't find the date you are looking for or if the date you need is sold out, please call our office for additional options. You can also check our Trip Specials page for great deals and a list of the discounts we offer.
Choose by River
If you know which river you would like to raft simply select that river from the drop down box at the top right hand corner. You’ll get a list of all the different trips we offer on that river.
Other Factors to Consider
On the left-hand side of each trip detail page we've listed the highlights, difficulty level, minimum age, available dates and raft types for that particular trip. Make sure to check these factors before making your decision. Some rivers, such as the North Umpqua have a higher minimum age and some rivers are not raftable all summer long. The types of rafts we use also differs from trip to trip. Here are some more links:
"I’ve got friends and relatives in town, some of whom have never rafted. I want a one-day trip that’s not too crazy but also not boring for those of us who have rafted before."
"I want to take my family on a multi-day rafting and camping trip. Which river is the best?"
"What's your most exciting river?"
"I'm looking for a river trip but don't really want to do any whitewater rapids."
"I've done a few one-day trips and want to do a multi-day trip but don't really want to camp. Do you have a trip for me?"
Rogue River (3-day trips in May & June offer wilderness lodges)
North Umpqua (On 2-day trips you can stay at nearby Steamboat Inn instead of camping)
"I've got a big group (reunion, wedding, company, etc.) for a half- or one-day trip. Which river is best?"
"Which river has the best wildlife?"
"I've never rafted before and I want your easiest trip to start."