One River, Two Very Different Experiences
Disconnect during a multi-day rafting trip on the Lower Kalamth River. With large sandy beaches, warm waters and the opportunity for a side hike through the rain forest setting of Ukonom Creek this is a perfect place to get away from it all. Rapids are Class II and III and suitable for ages 5+.
On the flip side, adventure seekers will want to head to the Upper Klamath River that offers Class IV+ Rapids. The rapids are long and the water is big. It is the best summer Class IV and is suitable for ages 14+. Trips are bookable with minimum group sizes and on specific dates.
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Class II & III on the Lower Klamath
The Class II & III rapids on the Lower Klamath are fun and not too big. There are many large sandy beaches along the river for camping and playing in the warm waters. One of the highlights of the trip is the hike to Ukunom Falls. Trips launch out of Happy Camp, CA. LEARN MORE
Class IV on the Upper Klamath
The Class IV rapids on the Upper Klamath are great for adrenaline junkies and thrill seekers who enjoy big rapids and rafting moving water.
The adventure starts with 5+ miles of Class III rapids as a warm up before tackling the more challenging rapids. The Class IV rapids begin with the gradient change and you enter into the steep canyon walls and continue down the river. Trips launch out of Weed, CA. LEARN MORE
About the Klamath River
The Klamath River runs 148 miles from below Iron gate dam to its confluence with the Trinity River and is California’s third longest river. It is one of the few California rivers that offer continuous trips longer than two days. It passes through the Klamath National Forest, and borders the Siskiyou mountains and the Marble Mountain Wilderness.