42091 McKenzie Hwy. | Springfield, OR 97478
Established in 1925 800-507-9889

Raft - Hike - Lodge - Wild and Scenic Rogue

The hiking trail through the Wild and Scenic Rogue River Canyon offers one of the best multi-day hiking trips in the Pacific Northwest!  Enjoy the luxury of a multi-day hike while only packing a day pack!  Let us take care of all of your gear, meals and detail as you get out and see this beautiful protected canyon.

Each morning after breakfast, we will get you started on the trail with your water bottle and your light weight day pack.  As you hike we will use our boats to transport your luggage down the river.  We will meet you along the way to refill water bottles, offer snacks, serve you a delicious hot lunch and point out scenic and historic attractions along the trail.  Each night you will enjoy the accommodates of the private wilderness lodges.  These lodges offer double occupancy lodging with beds and a private bathroom.  Each of the lodges is a warm and welcoming spot to end each day.

The hiking distances range each day from 5-14 miles on the well established and maintained trail. Guests are also welcome to ride in the rafts if they would like a break from the trail. Mixed groups of hikers and non hikers are also easily accommodated.  
Spring is one of the prettiest times of year to see and experience the Rogue.  The newly budded trees and beautiful wildflowers create a breathtaking and fragrant setting for this trip.  Join us this spring to hike and float your way down this amazing river.  


Lodging:
A number of beautiful rustic wilderness lodges are conveniently located along the river. Each lodge is set with cabins or private rooms for guests with a variety of bed arrangements to accommodate different groups. These lodges are only accessible by river or hiking trail and are run on generator power. Lodge staff will prepare dinner and breakfast for you and the guides. Lodging costs apply.
The Rogue River canyon is full of rich history dating back to Native American tribes, then gold miners. All of our guides are all highly trained in Rogue River history and stories, and love sharing them with those who are interested.

The Rogue River Ranch is one of the special stops along the river. Set up as a museum for the floating public to enjoy, it was an old gold mining homestead. The many buildings on this property are full of old artifacts and fun pictures from the past.

Zane Grayís cabin is a fun stop on this trip. Zane Gray, a famous author from the mid 1900ís fell in love with the Rogue River and chose to spend his time along its banks, writing his book and fishing for Steelhead and Salmon. His cabin and many of his possessions are still there today.

Hiking along the Rogue River has become very popular. The Rogue River Trail is very well maintained and parallels the river along the entire stretch that we float. Hiking in the mornings from camp is a fun way to get you moving and ready for the day. You can choose to hike as much or as little as you like. If you are interested in hiking the entire river trail we would be happy to accommodate you by hauling your bags for you, preparing all of the food and refilling your water throughout the day.
2017 Trip Dates:
May 22-25
June 7-10
August 28-30

Special Price for 2017!: $1375