Dip a paddle in the water and embark on one of three types of voyages—from quiet lake exploration to thrilling river adventure.
Canoe and kayak trips are ideal for reflecting on nature. Many of these outings include frequent stops for day hikes, swimming, photography, or just stretching your legs.
If you love water-based adventure, then rafting trips are the place for you! Ride down exhilarating rapids, float down canyons, sample swimming holes, and take fascinating side hikes. Select family raft trips are also a great way to bond with the kids.
Unless otherwise stated in the brochure, trip prices include canoe/kayak/raft and equipment rental, all or most meals, camping or lodging expenses, and all on-trip activities.
Experience several wild Alaskan rivers and creeks up close from the intimate perspective of a packraft. We will hike among stunning scenery and abundant wildlife in the Chugach mountains, then float out on an alternate route. More »
The intimate wilderness and protected waterways of the Icy Bay region offer the perfect introduction to Alaska paddling. We'll explore the area while searching for wildlife and watching glaciers calve in ice-choked bays. More »
The Tatshenshini offers arguably the world's premier mountain rafting experience. On our adventure, we'll float through nonpolar icefields amid towering mountains, visit an eagle preserve, and explore the massive Walker Glacier. More »
Paddle the Lower Green River as it slices through the reddish-orange sandstone cliffs of Labyrinth Canyon. We’ll enjoy riverside camping and hiking in narrow side canyons with 800-year-old indian rock art and desert wildlife. More »
Abundant wildlife, lush forests, sparkling waterfalls, and exciting rapids make this one of the West's premier river trips. Try an inflatable kayak, find the ideal swimming hole, and make new friends as we explore the Rogue. More »
Raft wild rapids through spectacular scenery in the Canyons of Lodore, Echo Park, and Split Mountain Gorge, where dinosaurs once thrived. We'll hike side canyons, paddle inflatable kayaks, swim, and watch for bighorn sheep. More »
Spend a week exploring this remote wilderness by kayak and searching for moose, wolves, loons, and mergansers. We'll paddle among a variety of small islands and visit a moose and wolf research center. More »
Experience the colorful Klamath Lakes region by day and stay in a relaxing lakeside lodge at night. We’ll kayak a scenic river, explore the forest on a zip line canopy tour, raft Class IV whitewater, and visit Crater Lake. More »
“Endless beaches” is hardly an overstatement when it comes to the North Carolina coast. Join us as we kayak and explore salty estuaries, blackwater rivers and creeks, and miles of ocean shoreline. More »
Join a relaxed early-autumn canoeing and camping expedition in the Missouri Ozarks. We will spend our days hiking to historic places, paddling to crystal clear springs, fishing, and taking in the beauty of the Ozarks in the fall. More »