Klamath River Resort Inn boasts more than four verdant acres, playing host to relaxing riverside activities and a charming outdoorsman inn at the base of Cade Mountain. The China Point kayak trip lures intrepid adventurers with three to five hours of leisurely wending through remote canyons, departing from a launch point reached by shuttle. Individual inflatable kayaks become trusty aqua-steeds to self-guided individuals along the Class I river path, which requires no previous kayaking or fish communicating experience.
Over its 155-mile path from the Cascade Mountains to the Pacific Ocean, the Rogue River alternates between slow-flowing Class I water to roiling, Class IV rapids that challenge even experienced paddlers. Rogue Rafting Co. is situated mere steps from the dynamic watercourse, making it easy for paddlers of all ages and abilities to go exploring by raft or kayak.
Professional river guides lead tours that range from three-hour forays to multi-day camping trips. Though they challenge guests to brave the Class IV Nugget Falls and Power House rapids, they consider passengers’ comfort paramount. To that end, they welcome nervous guests to jump ashore, walk around the more challenging rapids, and then rejoin the group on the other side. Additionally, guides can customize tours to suit groups’ interests, whether it be tackling the most difficult rapids or taking time to spot eagles, osprey, and nomadic watercolor painters who roost along the shore.