Best Rafting Trips for Foodies
Outdoor adventure and gourmet dining aren’t mutually exclusive. Here are our favorite rafting trips for filling your sense of adventure—and your belly
Upper Klamath River, OR
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After a big day of whitewater there are always options at our Upper Klamath Camp… We have a little space left on some of our mid to late August and Early September High Adventure (but glamping style) Upper Klamath Safari trips! They are award winning (Sunset Travel Award Finalist and one of Ten Once-in-a-Lifetime Cascadian Journey from PDX Monthly) and really, really fun. – Link in the Bio #travelashland #travelsouthernoregon #traveloregon #glamping #upperklamath #highadventure
The Upper Klamath whitewater safari (from $1,335/3-day trip) combines rafting through the gorgeous Cascades of Southern Oregon with backcountry glamping. Chef Matthew Domingo will fuel your paddling with artisanal meals paired with craft cocktails and local wines.
Salmon River, ID
Idaho’s wild and scenic Salmon River (from $1,585/5-day trip) is one of America’s top wilderness multiday trips with hot springs, sandy beach camps, world-class trout fishing, and exciting Class IV+ whitewater. Row’s culinary trips teach guests how to prepare wild salmon, oysters, mushrooms, cobblers, and other Northwest fare in camp-style Dutch ovens and open-flame settings.
Rogue River, OR
The Serenade Rafting Trip brings masters of open-flame cooking Jaret Foster and Joe Rodriguez of Portland’s boutique catering company Tournant into the wild and scenic Rogue River canyon (from $1,445/4-day trip) for four days of whitewater, glamping, and live music.
Tuolumne River, CA
Fed by Yosemite’s high- country snows, the Class IV Tuolumne River (from $974) is a California classic, set in a deep canyon just three hours from the Bay Area. Fine wine and craft-beer tastings accompany riverside meals on two or three-day trips.