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Rogue Spring

Nate / Wednesday, April 23, 2014

As clouds roll across Southern Oregon, the moisture wrung out from Pacific storms can go on to become several things. Moving inland from the coast, a series of mountain ranges that culminate in the volcanic peaks of the Cascades funnel the runoff inexorably downward. Higher elevations accumulate a snowpack that can linger well into summer, while lowland rains nourish ephemeral streams that disappear as soon as the sky clears. Across the...

Introducing Kaela Fox

Nate / Sunday, April 6, 2014

One of the first things you will learn about Kaela is that she has spent most of her life traveling rivers. If you are ever lucky enough to be on the water with her, you will soon find that all that experience leads to more than just clean lines through the rapids. Kaela, with the benefit of a childhood spent on some of the West’s finest rivers, knows more about swimming...

World’s 13 Legendary River Trips

Zach / Saturday, April 5, 2014

When guides banter around the campfire, conversation usually turns to the biggest, baddest river trips in the world. Although everyone has their favorites, the list of legendary rivers is almost always the same. Presented below is a list of those trips. 1. Middle Fork of the Salmon River (Idaho) The "Middle Fork" is the best river trip in the world due to it's 100 miles of continuous Class III and IV...

Hope and Heartache of Rough and Ready Creek

Nate / Monday, March 24, 2014

A lot of hope and heartache lies in the weathered ridges that make up Rough and Ready Creek’s watershed. Through them, a blue ribbon sometimes fraught with white, carves its winding canyon. Above the water, the isolated ridge top plateaus are the remnants of an ancient flatlands, the Klamath Peneplain, that once existed here and fostered the build-up of the minerals that have been the source of so much speculation since...