FEDERALLY DESIGNATED AS A "WILD & SCENIC RIVER" Oregon's famed Rogue River is born as a gushing stream high in the Cascade Range, 215 miles from the sea. It comes bubbling from massive, icy Boundry Springs in the Northwest corner of Crater Lake National Park, at the foot of Mount Mazama, the extinct volcano that holds Crater Lake. Fed by Mazama Creek, Cascade Creek, National Creek, and numerous other streams and springs, the Rogue quickly gathers size as it dashes and tumbles south down the slopes of the Cascades.
Our boats will take you far upriver into the back country of this fabeled place. Our guides will tell you of the mountains, of the animals, of the Native Americans, of the early European settlers, and of the river itself.