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Half-Day Rogue River Rafting

Half-Day Rogue River Rafting - Ashland, Oregon
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Ashland, Oregon

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$89.00

Half-Day rafting trips on the Rogue River depart twice per day from Ashland, Oregon. These trips offer the closest whitewater rafting to Ashland and feature a steady progression from easy to larger rapids ... More info ›

Half-Day rafting trips on the Rogue River depart twice per day from Ashland, Oregon. These trips offer the closest whitewater rafting to Ashland and feature a steady progression from easy to larger rapids. The trip is perfect for families with young kids or groups of mixed experience levels.

Half-day Rogue River rafting trips offer the closest rafting to Ashland, Oregon. Perfect for beginners or groups of mixed experience levels, this trip is our most popular excursion. This rafting trip is highly recommended for families with children. The trip features a steady progression from the easiest and most mellow rapids to the largest rapids, which gives everyone a chance to slowly become more comfortable with whitewater and rafting. Our family friendly guides are great with kids and will make your time on the river a happy and memorable experience.

The section of river that we run is known as the “Nugget” stretch and is named after the the first big rapid. For families or groups of mixed rafting experience, this stretch of river is absolutely perfect. It starts mellow and builds up slowly until the two grand finales: Nugget Falls and Powerhouse Rapid. Between the start and finish there are calm places to practice paddling and sitting in the raft, there are surf waves that are fun to play in, and there are class II and III rapids that keep things interesting. At the very end, almost like the final act of a Shakespeare play, are the two biggest rapids.

Cool Fact: The final rapid, Tilomikh Falls (commonly referred to as “Powerhouse” rapid) is an area of historical significance and the name “Tilomikh” was used by the Takelma Tribe. The Takelma (also Dagelma) are a Native American people who originally lived in the Rogue Valley, with most of their villages located along the Rogue River. The name Takelma means “(Those) Along the River”.

A rafting trip on Southern Oregon’s Rogue River offers a glimpse back to the history of western territorial exploration and settlement. Native American sites, pioneer settlements, gold rush exploration, thwarted attempts at development, and the congressional heroics that preserved the Rogue River make the background of your trip. Our guides are knowledgeable about the history of the Rogue River Valley and are eager to share their stories with you. Our rafting trips are more than just rafting trips – they are a guided experience with guides who have a passion for making your rafting trip perfect for you and your group. So whether that means focusing on whitewater, going for swims, looking for native birds, simply relaxing, or a combination of all the above, we are happy to provide an experience that exceeds your expectations.

Our rafting ends at the Sports Park in Gold Hill, Oregon. From there it is about a 30 minute drive back our Rafting Center. Our morning trips are generally back by 12:15 (12:30 at the very latest) and our afternoon trips are normally back by 5:15 (5:30 at the very latest).

Included:
Transportation, professional guides, all rafting equipment, end of trip snack.

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Full-Day Upper Klamath Rafting Trip

Full-Day Upper Klamath Rafting Trip - Ashland, Oregon
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Duration: 1 day
Location: Ashland, Oregon

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$179.00

See big waves, dramatic drops, and spectacular scenery with your small group on this full-day rafting trip. The journey covers 14 miles of the Upper Klamath River, with Class IV+ rapids and continuous Class IV whitewater framed by spectacular scenery and history-rich lands.
The tour includes transport to and from Ashland, breakfast, lunch, and rafting equipment, and requires a full day of paddling so is best suited to participants in good physical health.

The Full-day rafting trip meets at 8:00 am at Indigo Creek Outfitters ... More info ›

See big waves, dramatic drops, and spectacular scenery with your small group on this full-day rafting trip. The journey covers 14 miles of the Upper Klamath River, with Class IV+ rapids and continuous Class IV whitewater framed by spectacular scenery and history-rich lands.
The tour includes transport to and from Ashland, breakfast, lunch, and rafting equipment, and requires a full day of paddling so is best suited to participants in good physical health.

The Full-day rafting trip meets at 8:00 am at Indigo Creek Outfitters. The tour begins with breakfast in Ashland before departing for the Upper Klamath River where lunch is also provided.

Paddle along a meandering swath of the Klamath, through canyons and Class II and III rapids before getting to the first large rapid of the day: Caldera. This is where the nature of the run changes dramatically and goes from a tame river to an impressive stretch of continuous class IV whitewater punctuated by a few noticeable class IV+ drops. From Caldera to Stateline Falls, the whitewater is non-stop, insuring an exciting day out on the river.

Beyond adventure, the Upper Klamath rafting trip provides a glimpse back to the history of western territorial exploration and settlement. Learn about Native American sites, pioneer settlements, gold rush exploration, and the efforts that thwarted development in order to preserve the scenic area.

Your guides can tailor the tour to suit the interests of your small group, whether that means focusing on whitewater, going for swims, looking for native birds, simply relaxing, or a combination of all the above.

Due to the active nature of this run, tour participants should be in good physical shape and ready for a full day of paddling. The tour includes any paddling gear you need for the day (wetsuits, splash jackets, booties, lifejackets, and helmets) and returns to Ashland around 5:00 pm.

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Rogue River Half-Day Raft Trip

Rogue River Half-Day Raft Trip - Ashland, Oregon
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Ashland, Oregon

From USD
$89.00

The Rogue River begins in the Cascade Range of Southern Oregon and empties into the Pacific Ocean some 200 miles later in the heart of the spectacular Oregon coast. Its beauty earned it a spot as one of the eight charter members of the National Wild and Scenic River System ... More info ›

The Rogue River begins in the Cascade Range of Southern Oregon and empties into the Pacific Ocean some 200 miles later in the heart of the spectacular Oregon coast. Its beauty earned it a spot as one of the eight charter members of the National Wild and Scenic River System. We offer 1/2 day trips (morning and afternoon) on the "Nugget" section of the Rogue River.

The Rogue is a great trip for those wanting a fun float, plus a few bigger rapids. You may see blue herons, golden eagles and possibly a fisherman or two along the way. A very pleasant 1/2 day rafting trip that ends with 2 exciting class III+ rapids known as "Nugget Falls" and "Powerhouse". The Rogue is a wonderful taste of whitewater excitement. It is great for the intrepid first timer, families and those crunched for time.

Our half-day trip on the Rogue is one of Momentum’s three original trips. And, while they have added many other rivers and adventures to their offerings, Ashland, Oregon is still considered "home" and the Nugget section of the Rogue River is an integral part of their trip offerings. It is a great introduction to whitewater rafting!

The same guides who guide trips throughout Oregon, Northern California, Idaho and abroad guide this fun half-day excursion. Every guide has a minimum of 5 years of experience on many of the world’s most difficult whitewater rivers. They truly enjoy sharing the outdoors and their outdoor experiences with others.

Rogue Half-Day Trips Include:

  • All rafting equipment
  • Wet suits and splash jackets (if needed)
  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off from the Ashland/Medford Oregon area
  • A snack featuring local and organic produce & products
  • World-class guides with a minimum 5 years experience leading trips around the globe

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Ashland Puzzling Adventure

Ashland Puzzling Adventure - Ashland, Oregon

Duration: 1 to 3 hrs
Location: Ashland, Oregon

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$22.99

Turn Ashland into a game while partaking on a 2-hour Walking Adventure. Your smartphone will act as your guide, while you solve clues and complete challenges around the city ... More info ›

Turn Ashland into a game while partaking on a 2-hour Walking Adventure. Your smartphone will act as your guide, while you solve clues and complete challenges around the city. Entry price is per team.

  • Choose your own start time and embark on your adventure. With your smartphone as your guide, go on a brain-teasing and educational walking tour of your chosen neighborhood. Visit a series of locations and answer the questions or solve puzzles to receive your next instruction.

There is no need to race as quickly as possible from start to finish. Part of the fun is enjoying the sights, sounds, and tastes of the tour. Before heading to your next location, you’ll have time to eat, drink, enjoy the sights, and use the bathroom while the game clock is not running. You’re only timed on your travel and puzzles.

At the end of your adventure, see your rank based on a combination of your answers to the questions and game clock time.

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Rogue River Half-Day Intro to Whitewater

Rogue River Half-Day Intro to Whitewater - Ashland, Oregon

Duration: 5 hours
Location: Ashland, Oregon

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$89.00

Our introduction to whitewater.  This 5.5 mile stretch of river has more to offer in whitewater excitement and adventure than any other section of the entire Rogue River, and nobody knows it better or provides more fun and safety than Noah’s guides and crew. This trip departs Ashland once a day, seven days a week, when four or more river enthusiasts are ready to go ... More info ›

Our introduction to whitewater.  This 5.5 mile stretch of river has more to offer in whitewater excitement and adventure than any other section of the entire Rogue River, and nobody knows it better or provides more fun and safety than Noah’s guides and crew. This trip departs Ashland once a day, seven days a week, when four or more river enthusiasts are ready to go. Guests leave the Ashland area by 10:30 a.m. and return approximately by 3:30 p.m. Private groups and different time schedules can be easily arranged with advance notice. Special  family and group rates are also available for your Rogue River rafting adventure.

Upon arrival at the pick up location you will be greeted by one of our guides who will walk
you over to our vehicle. You are then shuttled to the river in either a van or bus, this takes
about 20-25 minutes from our downtown location. The vehicle you are shuttled in is the
same one you will take back to the location you were picked up from, you can either leave
your belongings in this vehicle which will be locked the whole time, or you can put items in
the dry bags that we provide for every boat. We also provide drinking water on every boat
in addition to all the equipment necessary for whitewater rafting.

This section of the Rogue is approximately 6 miles and contains class I-IV rapids, you will
spend approximately 2.5 hours on the water. At the start of the trip the guides will go over
safety and paddle commands, this ensures that you will have a successful day
on the river. About halfway through the trip you will get off the river and have a snack.
After leaving the snack point you will head towards the two class IV rapids on this section,
Nugget Falls and Powerhouse. There are plenty of opportunities between rapids to get out of
the boat and do some swimming as well as see some of the great
wildlife that Southern Oregon has to offer. Once the rafting has concluded you will be
shuttled back to the location you were picked up from. Appropriate for ages 6 and up.

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Upper Klamath 1 Day

Upper Klamath 1 Day - Ashland, Oregon

Duration: 9 hours
Location: Ashland, Oregon

From USD
$179.00

The BEST in the west.  Throughout this 14 mile stretch of river on the Upper Klamath, guests will experience class I-IV+ whitewater rapids. This trip departs Ashland once a day, seven days a week, when four or more river enthusiasts are ready to go ... More info ›

The BEST in the west.  Throughout this 14 mile stretch of river on the Upper Klamath, guests will experience class I-IV+ whitewater rapids. This trip departs Ashland once a day, seven days a week, when four or more river enthusiasts are ready to go. Guests leave the Ashland area by 8:00 a.m. and return approximately by 5:30 p.m. Private groups and different time schedules can be easily arranged with advance notice. Special  family and group rates are also available for your Upper Klamath rafting adventure.

Upon arrival at the pick up location you will be greeted by one of our guides who will walk
you over to our vehicle. You are then shuttled to the river in either a van or bus, this takes
about 1 hour and 15 minutes from our downtown location. The vehicle you are shuttled in is the
same one you will take back to the location you were picked up from, you can either leave
your belongings in this vehicle which will be locked the whole time, or you can put items in
the dry bags that we provide for every boat. We also provide drinking water on every boat
in addition to all the equipment necessary for whitewater rafting.

This section of the Upper Klamath is approximately 14 miles and contains class I-IV+ rapids, you will
spend approximately 5 hours on the water. Once at the put-in location, guests will enjoy a continental breakfast as the guides prepare the rafts. At the start of the trip the guides will go over safety and paddle commands, this ensures that you will have a successful day
on the river. Prior to lunch will have experienced some of the most exciting whitewater Southern Oregon has to offer.
After lunch guests will then continue on through more exciting rapids before arriving at the take-out location in Northern California. There are plenty of opportunities between rapids to get out of the boat and do some swimming as well as see some of the wonderful wildlife that Southern Oregon and Northern California have to offer. Once the rafting trip has concluded you will be
shuttled back to the location you were picked up from. Appropriate for ages 12 and up.

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