Category: Rafting Trip FAQ’s

Where can I leave my pet while I am on a trip?

We recommend leaving your pet(s) at home. If you are traveling with your pet(s) and need to find a place for them to stay while you are on a trip with us we have some recommendations for lodging for your pet: One Day stay: Canine Club (541) 507-1230 If you have any questions about our trips, please call our offices 7 days a week at 1-800-336-1647. Our friendly office staff is…

Where is the best place to stay the night before the trip?

Morrisons Lodge is a great place to prepare and launch for your trip. It offers riverside cabins, secluded townhomes, and cozy lodge rooms. A gourmet 4-course dinner is available in the evenings, and a country-style buffet breakfast is available before your trip in the morning. Morrisons Rogue Wilderness Lodge: (800) 826-1963 (about $150) – Morrisons Lodge Other Lodging Options Weasku Inn (541) 471-8000 (about $195) – www.weasku.com Double Tree Guest…

What kind of food do you serve?

We provide a picnic style lunch that includes healthy light meals ideal for river trips. On our multiple day trips, the lodges will provide dinner and breakfast for the lodge trips, and our guides will turn into gourmet cooks for the camp trips. They will cook anything from bbq chicken to fajitas to stir-fry, salmon, and steak. They follow it up with desserts such as chocolate cake, vanilla pudding cake,…

What do I wear?

Dressing safely and comfortably (not to mention fashionable) for river trips is a challenging task. It is very important and should not be taken lightly. For much of the season, you will need two sets of clothing: one for on the river and one for camp or the lodge. During the day, shorts, swimsuit, water sandals, hat, and sunglasses are best. Sun protection is always a priority. There is no…

How high are the rapids ranked?

Rapids are classed on a scale from 1 to 6. The Wild and Scenic Rogue River includes rapids ranging from Class 1, 2, 3, and two Class 4 rapids that are easily walked around if preferred. Class I (easy) – Moving water with small waves that can tug a boat. This is the calmest class, with minimal maneuvering required. Class II (novice) – Easy rapids, with waves up to 3 ft…