River Rafting on the Wild and Scenic Rogue River
Our four-day Rogue River wilderness trips begin in southern Oregon, just outside of Grants Pass (50 miles Northwest of Ashland) and end to the west near Foster Bar Campground. During your four-day, three-night adventure we will run a variety of both rapids and flat water, all of which are suitable for ages 7 or older, non-swimmers and for families. Our guides will lead you down the river, telling stories, cooking meals and setting up camp along the way. You will experience world-renowned fishing, time with family and friends, and an on-water experience to last a lifetime!
Embarking from the Cascades of Oregon, the Rogue River covers 215 miles, starting near Crater Lake and concluding at Gold Beach, Oregon. Surrounded by the breathtaking Rogue-Klamath-Siskiyou National Forest and the Kalmiopsis Wilderness, this journey winds through diverse landscapes. Passing Grants Pass, it enters the captivating Hellgate Canyon, leading to the wild and scenic section at Grave Creek. There’s nothing quite like pulling over to one of the many sandy beaches and making it our home away from home.
During the unforgettable four-day, three-night escapade, we’ll be immersed in nature, far from human habitation. The Siskiyou Mountain gorge treats us to exhilarating Class II and III rapids, while the renowned Blossom Bar, a sole Class IV rapid on the route, provides an optional walk-around. These rapids cater to various challenge levels, making it the perfect opportunity to push yourself as much as you’d like!
Running on the Rogue (Or Hike)
Make it a running and rafting vacation! Running the Rogue River Trail is a fantastic way to experience the natural beauty of the area. The Rogue River Trail runs along the Rogue River and offers scenic views, diverse terrain, and opportunities to connect with nature. In addition there are several other off-shoot singletrack options along the way. Plus you can run the Rogue River Trail and we will carry your gear down the river and meet you each night to camp. Jump in the raft if you need to take a breather. Reach out and we can curate a specific running trip for your group.
Visitors have the option to upgrade their stay from camping in tents to lodging at private lodges. While this enhancement is available upon request, it’s important to note that availability is not guaranteed. Interested guests can inquire about this option, and the Trib team can assist in making lodge reservations. These lodges offer a more private and comfortable experience. To enhance your experience further, we recommend considering this option.