Book a Lower Klamath River rafting trip with our dedicated guides that will make sure you have the trip of a lifetime!
Whether you’re a first time river rafter or seasoned river veteran, our guides and staff are there to make sure you have the trip of a lifetime. We will help you enjoy the refreshing splash of rapids on a hot day and we’ll take care of the details and leave you free to explore. We specialize in group and family trips and creating good memories. Our staff and guides are excited that you have picked us to join you for your vacation on the Klamath River!
When it comes to Klamath white water rafting, consider us to give you the best experience you've ever had. Lower Klamath River Rafting offers world-class outdoor recreation adventures for families, groups, and outdoor enthusiasts. We offer amazing rafting experiences. We service whitewater and scenic rafting trips on the Lower Klamath River for now, and offer services in multiple rivers in Oregon.
If you are looking for a Klamath river rafting guide to help you, you've come to the right place.
We have been helping people book Klamath River rafting trips for a long time and no other company does it better.
Our full and half-day Klamath River whitewater rafting trips are filled with class II and Class III white water rapids.
Our professional staff is here to take you on one of the best stretches of whitewater for miles around!
Below is a Lower Klamath River rafting map:
Creating memories for with your family, friends, business group, or any other type of team, is very important. That's why rafting on the Klamath River should be on your to-do list.
It will be an unforgettable adventure as you create memories that will last a lifetime. Whether you want to float the Klamath River or do some Class II and III river rafting on the Lower Klamath, you can create an experience everyone will remember
If you are looking to do some team building, river rafting with our expert rafting guides combines all of the elements that team leaders and business executives look for in a team activity.
Paddle together, play together, laugh together, enjoy the scenery, or sit back and discuss life together.
We will make rafting fun for everyone on your team.
We love to make our guests happy and build an experience just for you. Regardless of what you are looking for in your experience on the river, we can make it happen!
Enjoy nature while you are on the river. There is amazing wildlife, including birds and other animals. There are also beautiful waterfalls, beaches, and large boulders and rocks, and camping areas to relax in and enjoy the views.
Lower Klamath River Rafting and its partners know whitewater. In fact, we do whitewater unlike a lot of other companies. Our difference starts with our customer-centered rafting philosophy. We run every trip around your needs and wants on our Class II and Class III rapids.
Nobody does whitewater rafting on the Klamath River better than us. Our expert guides know how to make the boat dance through waves, splash through the whitewater, spin in the current, and drift through the scenery and history of our glorious Klamath rivers.
Our guest-centered approach to rafting puts you in the middle of your own adventure. Whether you want to mix it up with friends, on a date with your partner, adventuring with your family, or just want to make some memories on a river adventure, Pangaea does it all.
Everyone can raft, from the youngest of kids to the young at heart. Our scenic Klamath River float trips include two to three hours on the river, mesmerizing scenery, tranquil water, wildlife, super fun guides that make your experience even better, amazing waterfalls, and a few small and splashy waves that will make you smile. Easy scenic rafting trips give you the chance to swim if you want or sit back and relax.
The Klamath River flows 257 miles from a broad patchwork of lakes and marshes at the foot of the Cascade Mountains on the California-Oregon border, and winds southwest into California. The river passes through five hydropower dams and the reaches the Pacific Ocean south of the fishing community of Crescent City in California.
The Klamath is recognized as an outstanding whitewater boating river with many class II-IV+ rapids. It typically has warm water and a long boating season. There are many things to do on the river that provides a spectacular and profound river experience.
The river is divided into two parts, the upper Klamath River and the lower Klamath River. Many people will do activities on both parts of the river such as white water upper Klamath River rafting and lower Klamath rafting.
Other popular activities outside of rafting include camping, fishing, hiking, hunting, and scenic four-wheel drive touring.
A lot of people come for the scenery. There are amazing land formations and the water and vegetation create a continually changing landscape as it changes from desert to mountainous. Steep canyon walls covered by a variety of pine, sage and juniper and decorated with basalt outcrops create an exceptionally peaceful experience.
For river rafting, we start our trips in Happy Camp, California. Happy Camp is a small town and is known as "The Heart of the Klamath", located on State Route 96, about 70 miles west of Interstate 5.
Is it safe to go river rafting?
Statistically, there are fewer fatalities each year for whitewater rafting than recreational swimming or even bicycling. If you're choosing a reputable rafting company like us and following all prescribed guidelines, rafting can be a very safe and enjoyable activity.
How much do Lower Klamath River trips cost?
Depending on availability and time of the season, river rafting trips may vary. We recommend that you give us a call or book a trip online to see our costs.
Can I go rafting if I can't swim?
Yes! You can go whitewater rafting without strong swimming abilities. The Lower Klamath has Class II-III rapids.
What happens if you fall while white water rafting?
You are in the capable hands of an experienced guide. Your river guide will instruct you on what to do before the trip starts. Safety is our number one concern, and we strive to keep our boat crews safe at all times.
What should I wear for water rafting?
Most rafting experts and guides will tell you that cotton clothing has a tendency to get wet and stay wet. That's why it's important to wear materials like fleece, polyester, or any waterproof or quick-drying fabric.
Are there benefits of rafting on the Klamath?
Of course! You get an amazing experience that the Klamath RIver brings, such as beautiful scenery and nature. River rafting on the Klamath River also can provide you with adventure, reduced stress from being outdoors in the fresh air, increased muscle strength and cardio from rowing, teamwork building and family bonding by working together and communicating, confidence and boosting the self-esteem by doing something satisfying and difficult, and so many more benefits. Book a trip to take advantage of these benefits and more.
Give us a call today and discover why Lower Klamath River Rafting and its partners gets so many amazing reviews and why guests raft with us year after year.
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