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Rogue River Trips

Full Day Rogue River Rafting Trip

Our full-day Rogue River rafting adventure is approximately 11 miles of fun and excitement on Oregon's beautiful Rogue River. You'll experience Oregon whitewater rafting at it's finest!

Beginning with class I rapids and progressing in order through class II, III and finishing with two exhilarating class IV rapids; Hayes falls & Powerhouse. On this adventure a wonderful and delicious riverside 3 course lunch will be served by your guides. We cater to any dietary requirements: vegetarian, vegan or special diets. Following lunch, which takes anywhere from 45 min. to 1.50 hrs depending on eating time and socialization, we'll continue on the second half of our journey down the scenic Rogue River.

The lower portion of the Rogue offers mellow and fun class I & II rapids. It's an ideal stretch of water for the adventurous participants to try boating solo or tandem in our Inflatable Kayaks*. These boats are very beginner friendly, lots of fun, simple and extremely exciting to navigate down the river on your own or with a friend or partner safely. Your guides are always nearby to help and teach you with the “IK’s”. For those of you not interested in kayaking, just relax, stay in the raft, and enjoy the scenery and splendor of the Rogue as we make our way down river to the Valley of the Rogue State Park, the end of this adventure (until next time!).

*Inflatable Kayaks are only available on Full-day adventures.
*There must be a total of at least 8 guest reserved for the full day trip to be possible.

Base full-day rates
$120.00 Adults / $100.00 Kids

Full Day Rafting Trip
Full Day Rafting Trip
Full Day Rafting Trip

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Discounts available for groups, corporate outings and other special occasions. Please call to get more details, or check out the specials page.

High Country Expeditions leads whitewater rafting trips on some of the finest scenic rivers in Oregon and California.