Dates: June
- August

The Trinity River is located in Northern California, with our meeting point about an 1 1/2 hrs west of Redding. It flows through the Klamath Mountains and Trinity Alps, passing through Trinity County and flowing into the Klamath River. The Trinity River is known for its diverse landscapes, including canyons, forests, and mountainous terrain.

  • Trips vary in difficulty and length
  • Whitewater rafting available all summer long
  • Class III half-day trip options
  • Class IV & V trips with 1 day and 2 day options through the Burnt Ranch Gorge section
  • Located in Northern California in the Trinity Alps only
  • Dense forests, mountainous terrain and scenic canyons
  • Raft the Wild & Scenic River section
  • Trinity River trips require group bookings

RIVER RAFTING ON THE Trinity River - Burnt Ranch Gorge


RIVER RAFTING ON THE Upper Klamath River


RIVER RAFTING ON THE Lower Klamath River

Dates: May
- July

The Lower Klamath River is located in Northern California and Southern Oregon in the United States. It flows westward from Upper Klamath Lake in Oregon, forming part of the border between California and Oregon. It is approximately 350 to 400 miles north of San Francisco in the Klamath National Forest.

  • One of the first rivers in California to be named a Wild and Scenic River and awarded the 2024 River of the Year by American Rivers
  • Features large, sandy beaches to lounge on and warm, clear waters to swim in
  • Offers three incredible days of river rafting— perfect for families with kids ages 4+
  • Opportunity to take a beautiful side hike to the remote Ukonum Falls, a pair of twin waterfalls spilling 25 feet down to a swimming hole
  • A birdwatcher’s dream! Countless migratory birds and the nearby wildlife refuges have the largest winter population of bald eagles in the Lower 48 states
  • Fantastic fishing for both steelhead at our overnight camps
  • Watch for black bears, otters, and deer as you raft through the Klamath-Siskiyou region, one of the most biodiverse areas of the US. Maybe you’ll even see Bigfoot!
  • Navigate smaller rapids yourself in our inflatable kayaks
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