The Rogue River in Southern Oregon, where your outdoor adventure begins! We are glad you found us and we are confident that you will find our trips to be first-rate Pacific Northwest Adventures. We understand that you have many choices of tours and outfitters and want to share with you why our trips are "The Highest Quality Adventures on the Rogue River".

As a small owner operated company we can confidently say that we offer the finest trips on the Wild and Scenic Rogue River. Many of our guides have led trips around the world for decades and have decided to focus their energies on one of their favorites, the Rogue River. We invite you to relax, recharge, and reward yourself on this amazing ribbon of splendor.

Rogue Canyon Adventures strives to make your trip as fun and safe as possible. Our caring, personable and experienced guides help create perfectly memorable experiences on each and every trip. We encourage you to read our guide bios as we employ the longest standing full-time rafting and fishing guides on the Rogue. Our clients' comments reflect the benefits of this experience for you. We offer first rate Oregon white water rafting Rogue River trips, family adventure vacations, Oregon salmon and steelhead fishing trips, lodge to lodge hiking, and more! We proudly outfit tours ideal for families, first-timers, and veteran adventure enthusiasts alike.


Rafting

The Rogue is a beautiful, secluded, whitewater-filled river with wildlife, solitude, fun rapids, convenient location and easy access. This all adds up to Rogue rafting being among the world's best wilderness white water experiences. Read More.

Fishing

Nestled deep in the coastal Siskiyou mountains of southwest Oregon, the Rogue river features unmatched natural beauty, exceptional fly fishing, fun whitewater, quiet seclusion, abundant wildlife, and rich history. Read More.

Hiking

Rogue River National Recreation Trail is the heart of the canyon and is approximately forty miles in length. It features easy to moderate hiking and typically takes four to five days, hiking anywhere from eight to fifteen miles a day. Read More.