The Upper Klamath River on the Oregon-California border offers the best summer white water rafting on the west coast. You’ll dance your way through roller coaster waves and technical moves in a river gorge of wild scenic beauty. It is on the Pacific Flyway, a major migratory route for a wide variety of birds, eagles, falcons, ospreys and herons.
This is a challenging whitewater run. Expert guides and athletic paddlers make the best teams. Makes a great one-day trip of 18 miles, the heart of which redefines the concepts of fun and thrill.
Class 4 and 5 river runs are challenging. They require physical fitness, swimming skills and a practiced spirit of adventure
On a two day trip, we’ll camp at the take-out, relax, and eat a gourmet dinner streamside. On day 2, we’ll awake to a hearty breakfast and will have the choice of doing the class V section again, or floating on down the river in inflatable kayaks.
This trip requires a minimum group size of 6.