A trip along the

Rogue River

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A Rafting & Cultural

Tour of Bhutan

Explore the rivers and people of Shangri-La
Kayaking Expedition on the

Chetco River

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News & Updates

#mynwrcphoto Winners!

Molly / Thursday, October 9, 2014

People have taken some incredible photos this summer and we're excited to share the winning pictures with you. These photos come from guides and guests alike and show the beauty of the Rogue River and the quality trips we run from so many unique perspectives. Nate is one of our amazing guides on the Rogue and is also an incredible photographer. Check out his photography website here. You can also follow...

"Fifty Places to Paddle" Review and Contest

Molly / Wednesday, September 24, 2014

How many of us have seen Top 10 list after Top 10 list of "The Best Places to Paddle in the World" - lists often focused solely on one type of river experience or appealing to one type of paddler. Fifty Places to Paddle Before You Die, by Chris Santella uses none of the old "Top List" tropes and has compiled a book that will appeal to paddlers of all kinds....

The Three Gems of Bhutan

Zach / Thursday, September 18, 2014

Bhutanese culture centers around Buddhism and there are many significant cultural figures you will see depicted throughout the country. The three most important figures in Bhutan are the Buddha, Guru Rinpoche (pronounced "Rin-po-ch-ay"), and Shabdrung. These three are commonly portrayed together in statues and in paintings known as thangkas (pronounced "tonkas"). The Buddha is always center with Guru Rinpoche to his left and Shabdrung to his right. As we travel through...

Rough and Ready Creek at Seattle Wild Rivers Night

Nate / Wednesday, September 10, 2014

As early as the 1930’s, residents of the Illinois Valley in Oregon have worked to protect the unique landscape that makes up the watershed of Rough and Ready Creek. Those early efforts served mainly to counter the removal of rare plants from the area and resulted in the creation of a small state park. In 1964, Congress protected an adjacent 179,755 acres with the creation of the Kalmiopsis Wilderness but it...