The Rogue is a really unique place. It’s a place I’m passionate about hanging out in and sharing. It has a beautiful forest, rugged canyon, and great whitewater. It’s a wonderful mix of all kinds of things. You have an amazing variety of wildlife. There are some great lodges to stay in on the way, it’s kind of the best of all worlds.
The lodge-to-lodge is great. It’s nice to have a hot shower and also allows you save the trip for some people that might have some reservations about camping. Guides are absolutely the best, they’re always there to take care of you and they’re always there to encourage you to try something a little bit outside your comfort zone. They love what they’re doing and it shows.
It’s not just about the whitewater it’s also about making connections with people and sharing a place that I love with them.
The idea of having four days where, whether you like it or not, you’re completely unplugged is really just wonderful. It helps me get back in touch and gives more of a sense of balance that I’m always trying to achieve day-to-day.
After four days of rafting together with a group of people you’ve never met from all over the world, it’s amazing the kind of connections and intimacy that take place. Rafting on a river allows people to sort of get out of their everyday environment and have an experience together that helped bring them closer, learn to trust each other, and just have fun.
Packed with wildlife and surrounded by beauty, the Rogue River in Oregon is a spectacular rafting trip. The idea of having four days where, whether you like it or not, you’re completely unplugged is really just wonderful. It helps to get back in touch and gives more of a sense of balance.
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