Oregon

A BEST KEPT SECRET REVEALED

We were uncertain of which type of rafting trip to take. The staff did an excellent job of helping us decide which trip met our needs. We were very happy with our final choice!

-Barbara M.

OREGON

Oregon’s mountainous terrain offers breathtaking scenery, an expansive variety of wildlife and an abundance of adventure both on and off the water. Oregon is a place of intriguing geographical contrast that morphs from the lush, cool forests of the north and southwestern regions to the warmer, desert scrublands of the southeast. Although the terrain changes drastically, one element remains the same: Water. Our Oregon rafting expeditions offer a variety of experiences to choose from that make it the perfect destination for families, beginners and seasoned rafters. Whether you’d prefer to do a lodge-to-lodge trip and enjoy the comforts of a soft bed and a warm shower, or you’d like to experience what it feels like to sleep under the stars, step out into the great outdoors and get ready for an Oregon-sized adventure.

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