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Since 1979 Ouzel Outfitters has offered the finest guided whitewater adventures for families, friends, individuals and charter groups. Choose from a wide variety of rivers and trips ranging from half a day to five days and from easy to exciting whitewater.  We’re bound to have just the right trip for you.

Wild & Scenic Rogue River (3 to 5 day trips) A national treasure, the Rogue River in southern Oregon is one of the best all-around river trips in the world for whitewater, wildlife and scenery.

Deschutes River (1 to 5 day trips) Convenient to Bend, Portland and the Gorge, the Deschutes River offers Oregon’s most popular one-day rafting trip with options for 2 or 3 day desert canyon adventures.

McKenzie River (1/2 to 1 day trips) Convenient to Bend, Sisters and Eugene, the McKenzie River is the “jewel” of Cascade offering very active, but relatively easy whitewater.

North Umpqua River (1 to 2 day trips) Convenient to Roseburg and Crater Lake National Park, this “Oregon postcard perfect” river offers picturesque scenery and exciting whitewater.

John Day River (3 to 5 days trips) For those who think that whitewater gets in the way of a perfectly good river trip, the John Day offers easy floating and stunning high-desert scenery.

Owyhee River (5 days) Oregon’s Grand Canyon is Oregon’s most unique and memorable river trip. This eastern Oregon river is remote and dramatic with cathedral like canyons, fun rapids and great birding.

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