Adventures Worth Sharing 

As more people start thinking about their summer plans, we wanted to offer a variety of trips that we know you will enjoy. Below are five adventures we recommend this summer.

Rogue River Rafting

1. Rogue River – Indigo Creek Outfitters

The Rogue River is one of America’s great multi-day adventures and is ideal for a family getaway. Whether you are seeking fun whitewater, stunning scenery, up-close wildlife, or simply time to kick back and relax – the Rogue has all of this and so much more.

Rogue River Rafting Trips
Alaska Rivers

2. Alaska Rivers – Sundog Expeditions

Experience a multi-day Alaskan river trip. Towering mountains, stunning glaciers, and exhilarating wildlife, rafting with Sundog Expeditions is an adventure you will never forget. Sundog offers trips in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Gates of the Arctic National Park, and Wrangell-St. Elias National Park & Preserve. Click the link to learn more.

Alaskan River Trips
Kern River

3. Lower Kern – Kern River Outfitters

With the record-setting snowpack in California, the two-day Lower Kern trip is perfect for those looking for a thrilling rafting experience. Over 20 miles of fun class IV whitewater and camping at a private campsite along the river, this trip is ideal for those interested in an overnight rafting trip adventure in Southern California.

Lower Kern Two Day Whitewater
Middle Fork Salmon Wellness

4. Wellness/Yoga Retreat – Middle Fork Salmon

Led by Rachelle Ballard a renowned yoga instructor, personal trainer, and wellness coach. Into the Woods Wellness Retreat offers guests a mind-body-spirit experience that helps them to recharge, rejuvenate, and find inner peace. It’s an opportunity to disconnect from everyday life and focus on self-care and personal growth in a wilderness setting. The trip is on August 17-21, 2023, click the link below to learn more.

Middle Fork Salmon Wellness Retreat
Salmon River Adventure Company

5. Kayaking School – Salmon River 

The Salmon River Adventure Company offers kayaking camps for teenagers, families, and even an all-women clinic. The camp is located on 22 acres along the Salmon river banks, a few miles downstream of North Fork, Idaho. A great place to learn to kayak or improve your skills while staying at a beautiful location with all the amenities.

Salmon River Kayaking Camp