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Rafting River Rogue whitewater

Rafting River Rogue whitewaterNational Geographic Adventure considers the Rafting river Rogue whitewater the best wildlife viewing of all the western rivers:
Sparkling rapids, green forest and historical sites
The ultimate Oregon family camping adventure
Trips to fit any skill level or age group
Experienced and outrageously fun guides
Affordable prices for priceless memories

Welcome to the Wild and Scenic Rogue River a beautiful and pristine wilderness area. Novelist Zane Grey felt the draw of this beautiful area; he wrote many of his western books in a cabin which still stands along the Rogue today. The area is steeped in history and lore from Native Americans to recent stories told around the campfire. The Rogue has famous fun rapids like Rainie Falls, Upper and Lower Black Bar Falls and Blossom Bar that will leave you memories of the sun dancing off of frothing warm water through beautiful rock formations and narrow canyons edged by towering cliffs.

Rafting River Rogue whitewater

Legendary wildlife viewing the Rogue River canyon. Deer, black bear, river otters, mallard ducks, turtles, bald eagles, and osprey are usually seen during your 34 mile trip from Grave Creek to Foster Bar.

The Rogue River canyon from Grave Creek to Foster Bar features a historic hiking trail just above the river so hiking to side creeks and hidden swimming pools is easy and the views are spectacular. The Pacific Northwest Cascade Mountain Range near Crater Lake National Park in southern Oregon is where the Rogue River starts its journey to the Pacific Ocean.

Whenever you are hiking anywhere including the Rogue river, always let someone know where you are going. Tell them when you will return and jike with a buddy. Take extra water, clothes and some food just in case you do get lost. It could mean the difference in surviving until someone finds you.

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