The Wild & Scenic section of the Rogue River is a 36 mile stretch of river that traverses through a wild, rugged, and remote area of southwestern Oregon. This special section of river is a considered one of the very best multi-day rafting trips in North America.
The Wild & Scenic stretch of river differentiates itself from the rest of the Rogue with a special congressional designation that protects the river and corridor from future development. The Rogue River has enjoyed this designation since being one of the original eight Wild & Scenic Rivers designated in 1968. What is “Wild & Scenic?”
Spotlight on the Rogue River
The Wild & Scenic stretch of the Rogue River may be one of the best multi-day river journeys in North America. The beauty of the river canyon, the abundant wildlife, and the thrill of whitewater are just a few of the reasons travels from all over the world visit each and every year.
Rapids by day, camping by night
The whitewater on the Rogue River is just plain fun. The Rogue has just the right combination of fun rapids that are also challenging. Nights are often spent along one of the many beautiful camps nestled against the river.
Rogue River Trails
The Rogue River Trail is well maintained and offers amazing views of the Rogue River and its numerous tributaries. In addition to the main trail, there are excellent spur trails to get you off the beaten path and into the heart of the Wild Rogue Wilderness.
Despite the remoteness of the Rogue River canyon, a few impressive wilderness lodges are available for a nights stay during your Rogue River hiking or rafting trip.