The Klamath River...
Its remote location, spectacular scenery, and easy-moderate class II-III rapids make the Klamath an ideal multi-day river adventure for families and groups. The best time of year to book a trip on the Klamath is Memorial Day Weekend through late July. However, other dates may be available. Please contact us for more information about upcoming trips and available dates for this summer!
Nestled between the Siskyou and Marble Mountains, the Klamath Basin is one of the most wild and unique river systems in California. Flowing from its headwaters in Southern Oregon, this epic giant gently drifts 260 miles to the Pacific Ocean. On its journey, the mighty Klamath gains strength by collecting pristine tributaries from Mt. Shasta, the Marble Mountains, and the Trinity Alps, while passing through some of the most beautiful and remote wilderness along the way. With stunning scenery and easy-moderate class II-III rapids, the Klamath provides the perfect setting for the ultimate multi-day group or family rafting experience! Along with the native culture of the Karuk people, and rich gold rush history, the Klamath is also home to amazing wildlife! Rafting the Klamath River provides boaters with the special opportunity to see bald eagles, great blue herons, river otters, bears, foxes, and plenty of fish in the river!
(Photos courtesy Keith Fleming, Dennis Fleming and Joshua Schottsteadt)