Oregon Whitewater Rafting Trips
Oregon is a state well known for it’s famous whitewater rafting trips. The Rogue River and the North Umpqua rivers both provide experiences full of adrenaline in the whitewater and tranquility in the pools and scenery. The Wild and Scenic Rogue River is consistently viewed as not only the best Oregon rafting trip, but is viewed as one of the top multi-day rafting trips in the country. The North Umpqua River out of Roseburg is nestled deep in the western Cascade mountains and makes for the best 1-day rafting trip in the state of Oregon. Finally, the Owyhee River, known as the “Grand Canyon” of Oregon is one of countries most scenic and remote rafting trips. The Owyhee is a must do for anyone who loves beautiful scenery and is one of the most unique Oregon rafting trips.
3 or 4 days
Spend 3 or 4 days paddling the Rogue River on OTT’s original and one of the countries most popular, whitewater rafting trips. Nestled away in southern Oregon, this rafting vacation has everything you need for the ideal family adventure: warm water, great weather, fun rapids, surfing, re-running, and luxurious wilderness lodges.Learn more
Spend 5 days rafting, hiking, photographing and generally exploring the, "Grand Canyon of Oregon" on the wilderness Owyhee River. This river runs for as little as a few weeks a year so be one of the few to experience this true treasure of the Oregon desert.Learn more
Paddle Raft or inflatable kayak through numerous class II, III and even a IV on this exciting and scenic day trip. The North Umpqua River is perfect for anyone looking for some excitement paddling with their friends and family or the adventuresome person looking to paddle an inflatable kayak.Learn more
If you are hunting for a couple days of GREAT inflatable kayaking or rafting this just might be your trip. Combine the daytime whitewater with camping in the beautiful Oregon cascades or staying at one of premier Inn's in the state and this becomes a one-of-a-kind weekend escape.Learn more
1/2 or 1 day
Our most kid-friendly whitewater rafting trip, the Rogue River 1-day trip, located just outside of Grants Pass, is southern Oregon's most popular 1-day river rafting trip. Perfect for the kids 4 and up with plenty of class II rapids and opportunities to swim and splash. This Rogue River raft trip includes a riverside lunch, plenty of swimming, and beautiful scenery.Learn more
Over two days on the famous Rogue River you will learn to master an inflatable kayak under the tutelage of an experienced OTT guide. The single night is spent at the spectacular Morrison's Riverside Lodge. This trip is ideal for anyone just looking to get their feet wet and learn how to paddle before committing to one of our longer trips.Learn more
Explore a scenic enclave of the Rogue River just minutes from downtown Medford. This area was previously un-floatable due to Gold Ray Dam, but with the Dam gone the river is opened up and creates a scenic paddle right at the base of the table rock mountains.Learn more
Journey down the historic Rogue River Trail in style. This is gourmet hiking at it's best. Pristine wilderness, remote lodges, scenic trail, and a raft to carry everything for you. It does not get any better!Learn more
If you need a few hours of adrenaline pumping white water rafting fun on the Rogue River this is your trip. Get ready to crash through big holes at Nugget Falls, surf the raft at Lineman's, and cascade over Powerhouse Falls to end the day. This trip is only offered in paddle rafts exclusively and is generally reserved for people 8 years old and up.Learn more
Enjoy a leisurely ride in the raft with your special someone as the sun sets over the Rogue River canyon after the rafting crowds have faded away for the day. Experience Hellgate Canyon all to yourself with a relaxing wine and cheese sampling on a riverside beach mid trip. Conclude the evening on the river with a gourmet dinner for two.Learn more
Run the 42 mile Rogue River Trail over 3-days lodge to lodge. What's better than a running vacation. A running vacation through a wilderness where you sleep in lodges and rafts carry your stuff! Beer and wine provided, guide on the trail with you, and freedom to ride the raft if you want.Learn more
Slow down the pace and spend an extra day in the beautiful Rogue River Canyon during the fall which might just be the most beautiful time in the canyon. These hike trips allow extra time at the historical sites and trail side waterfalls during the days and it enjoy dinner and breakfast on the beach riverside at each of your 4 deluxe riverside camps.Learn more
Spend three days on Oregon's incredible North Umpqua Trail. Pass by some of Oregon's' most famous waterfalls, soaking in hot springs, and spend your nights relaxing around the fire before returning to your lodge room for the evening. This trip runs through the heart of Oregon's Cascade mountains and is filled with giant Douglas fir trees, crystal clear cascades, and enormous basalt columns. This beautiful trail is not only perfect for running but has scenery that is second to non and makes an ideal three day escape for any runner.Learn more
This trip is the full body workout. Spend the morning Standup Paddling the mighty Rogue River through class I and II rapids. After lunch switch over to a more whitewater worthy craft and raft some of the Rogue River's largest and most challenging rapids. Trip includes a riverside lunch and an afternoon snack.Learn more
Active adventure weekend! Enjoying downhill mountain biking, class IV whitewater rafting, and whitewater inflatable kayaking. Spend two nights relaxing at a gourmet lodge with incredible food and awe inspiring scenery where you re-charge for the days of adventuring.Learn more
What our guests have to say...
Rogue Wild and Scenic Trip
Reviewed by Connie C on August 26, 2014
“Another Amazing Adventure with OTT!”
My husband and I recently had another amazing trip with Orange Torpedo RaftingTrips, a 3-day outing through The Wild and Scenic section of the Rogue River in Southern Oregon. It was everything I had hoped it would be! I was sure that I wouldn't be disappointed after our 1-day trip with OTT on the Rogue last summer.