Category: Rogue Wilderness Adventures in the News

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LA Times & Chicago Tribune: Hiking in Oregon’s Rogue River

LA Times & Chicago Tribune – The LA Times and Chicago Tribune highlighted Rogue Wilderness Adventures Raft Supported HikingTrips. “Happy Hiking – The four-day “Raft Supported Wilderness Lodge Trip” from Rogue Wilderness Adventures affords the perks of a good hike without the pain. With gear packed on a raft, the trail on a gentle downhill gradient and a lodge (with bed and shower) awaiting every evening, you can focus on the…

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Northwest Palate: Wet and Wild on the Rogue River

Northwest Palate – Rogue Wilderness Adventures was featured in the latest edition of Northwest Palate.  Writer Kris Wetherbee explores Jacksonville’s culinary, musical and outdoor adventures. “Soon we approach the series of Class II and Class III rapids, just bumpy enough for an afternoon of easy thrills and spills. After propelling over the first rapid we quickly discover why our raft is equipped with several oddly shaped plastic guns—rapid streams of water…

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Outside Magazine: Paddles and Pints – Trip of a Lifetime

Outside Magazine – “If your idea of an ideal float involves low cost, high refreshment, and Oregon’s lush landscapes, have we got a trip for you. On Rogue Wilderness Adventures’ Paddles and Pints trip, 18 guests spend three days rafting the Rogue’s Class IV rapids and two nights sampling the finest local hops with the Golden Valley Brewery’s Mark Vickery, who spent ten years brewing up magic at Bend’s Deschutes…

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Escape off the Grid with Rogue Wilderness Adventures

Sunset Magazine – “Where to go for a real (cell phone-free) escape. 226 miles (ca. 364km) from Portland… Oregon’s Rogue River Rogue Wilderness Adventures offers multi-day trips down the river (with class IV rapids in some areas), including a three-day paddle that combines the best of both worlds: camping one night, then sleeping in a river-access-only lodge the next. Roughing it never felt so good.