Established in 1974, this guide service is the number one professional whitewater rafting and year round salmon and steelhead ... More
Noah's River Adventure
Established in 1974, this guide service is the number one professional whitewater rafting and year round salmon and steelhead fishing guide in Southern Oregon and Northern California. Half day, full day, and multiday rafting and wilderness adventures are available from April through early October.
There's a reason why guests keep coming back to Noah's River Adventures year after year-- you know that you're in good hands, and safety is definitely important when it comes to serious whitewater.
I was such a big fan of the way that Noah's does business that I applied to work there, and am now a full time employee.
Noah's is a bit more expensive than some of the other rafting companies in town, but well worth the extra few bucks for the outstanding fun, food, and safety that they provide.
My sisters, parents and I went for my parent's anniversary and it was a spectacular experience. The Noah's team was, skilled, experienced, and charming. From the very beginning we were both involved and put at ease. Along with hitting some amazing class 4 rapids we each got the chance to row our raft, to play games, and have fun in our own and with the other rafts. The food was basic and excellent. My sister's and I have to eat gluten, corn and dairy free and we brought our own food, but found that they had something to fill all of us! We have already made plans to come back next summer.
Being a fan of anything water, I love Noah's. Last year, I took my friend, my dad, and my brother on the half day scenic float. My friend (20) and brother (16) had a blast on the inflatable kayaks while my dad and I sat back and enjoyed the sun and scenery! Our guide was Jordan. He was courteous, very knowledgeable of the area, and took good care of everyone on the trip. The snack was good- spinach dip to die for. I would definitely recommend this company.
I've never been down the wild Rogue River before in a driftboat and wanted to experience this feeling while fishing. It seemed the guides know how to row there boats through the many rapids but I didn't enjoy going down the wild rogue river backwards while running lures and stuff over the fishes head. I grow up fishing as a kid along the oregon coast and we called this type of fishing boondogging or lazy boy fishing. It's not a very safe way to boat a river in such a remote region. The guides need to work on there traditional fishing skills, but their communication and hospitality was good.
Easy pick up downtown. Professional guides who will give you plenty of advice on what to do and where to go in between rapids. We took the half trip Rogue trip which was exciting with a couple type 4 rapids but I thought they would last longer. A nice trip down the river overall with a few exciting moments. Would recommend to friends.
I just got back. We white water rafted two days and it was worth every penny. I had been there once before 5 years ago and had a wonderful time. Glad I made it back again. Would highly recommend for adventurous seeking individuals. Excellent staff made it very exciting. I would definatley go back again.
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