KLAMATH RIVER, OVERNIGHT MULTIDAY TRIP CLASS II-III (IV-)
- 2 Nights & 3 Days – $499.00/per person
The Klamath River is one of the first rivers in California to be granted National “Wild and Scenic” river status; it has much to offer as it runs free for 180 miles to the Pacific Ocean. It is home to nearly 100 species of mammals and 280 species of birds. The upper stretch is home to thrilling class III-V whitewater- a boaters dream. Anglers are pleased with its world famous and bountiful salmon and steelhead runs. Nature lovers enjoy splendid and diverse wildlife and scenery as it carves an ancient path through some of America’s most wild country- the Cascade, Siskiyou, Sierra, and Lost Coast Mountain Ranges. The Lower section of the Klamath in California gently winds through scenic brilliance in the northwest corner of the state near the Oregon border. This trip is family friendly or adults only.
SPRING OVERNIGHT TRIPS FOR EXPERIENCED PADDLERS, CLASS IV+
These overnight trips require preparation and are only available early season based on river flows, so if you are interested in one these trip please call or email in advance. The price is dependent on how many people will be in your party.
OVERNIGHT SOUTH FORK OF THE TRINITY
The South Fork of the Trinity River flows 81 miles to the confluence of the Trinity River. 55 miles of this river were designated “wild and scenic” in 1972 and it has been called remote and obscure; one of the most wild river canyons in California. This class IV run includes two portages and is excellent for those with whitewater experience.
OVERNIGHT CAL-SALMON RIVER RAFTING TRIP
This is an epic class IV & V river experience! The Cal Salmon is a free-flowing river. With no upstream dams, the river depends on snowmelt for its flows. The California Salmon (Cal Salmon) is one of the wildest rivers in the west. Supreme beauty combined with thrilling class IV and V rapids make for trips to remember. Base camp is made at Nordheimer campground and two or three day trips can be planned depending on paddlers experience and river flows.