Whitewater rapids are nature's roller coaster and should always be followed up with a bite of nature's cotton candy--wadded-up moss. Go wild with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $70 for a whitewater-rafting trip for two (a $142 total value)
- $215 for a private whitewater-rafting trip for up to eight (a $568 total value)
For both of the above options, choose one of the following redemption periods:
- July or August
Each trip includes:
- Three-hour, 13-mile rafting trip with gear (a $59 value per person)
- Commemorative photo (a $12 value per person)
During a 13-mile whitewater-rafting trip, guests ride a variety of Class III and IV rapids, including the Boxcar, Wapinitia, and Oak Springs rapids on the Deschutes River. The ride begins at 12:30 p.m., as customers are shuttled from the base to Harpham Flats, and includes a professional guide, paddles, life jackets, shuttle service, and dry bags for personal items. At the end of the trip, customers can select their favorite photo taken of their adventure.
Sage Canyon River Company
No strangers to the great outdoors, the guides of Sage Canyon River Company help visitors tackle the great outdoors on whitewater-rafting, camping, and fishing expeditions. Adventures range from three-hour jaunts to multiday trips into the wilds of the Oregon frontier, giving outdoorsmen many options for experiencing nature. Thrill seekers can steer a raft or oversize rubber duck through calm waters amid desert-rock formations or crash through Class IV rapids—including the challenging Oak Springs on the Deschutes River—under the direction of a trained guide. For adventures that tend to keep the water outside of the boat, fishing trips journey into Sherars Falls and Macks Canyon in search of trout and steelhead, with fly- and reel-casting opportunities.
Tips from Groupon Customers
“We had an AWESOME trip, we will definitely be going again!!”
“We had a great time there, this company was realy orginized, everybody was nice and made the expirience memrabal.”
“Great Guide, fun day on the river.”