Rogue Kayaking Familiarization Trip 2012

Dates: June 7th – 11th (4 Days)
Price: $795 ($295 for Industry Professionals)
Includes: Shuttle, All Equipment, Food, and a One Night Stay at the Riverhouse Lodge

 

Ever wonder what makes the Rogue River so perfect for kayak instruction? At Sundance Kayak School we’ve known the secret for many years. In fact, this is our 40th season on the Rogue River! To celebrate, we’d love to invite other kayakers and industry professionals to join us for a Familiarization Trip.

Mule Creek Canyon on the Rogue River

Mule Creek Canyon on the Rogue River

Familiarization Trip, what’s this? It’s an opportunity for you to get a sneak peek into what makes multi-day kayak instruction on the Rogue River so unique. Imagine a multi-day kayak trip where raft support, food and all of the gear including kayaks is provided! We’ll take care of all of the logistics, including shuttle. Our instructors will be joining you on this trip but no formal instruction will be provided. Our goal is simple; we want kayakers to see why we love the Rogue River! Join us June 14th-16th and discover it yourself!

You’ll start your adventure with a night at the historic Riverhouse Lodge. Here you’ll have a chance to meet some of our world-class instructors and get a good nights rest before embarking on your 4-day adventure down the Wild & Scenic Rogue River! Experience the natural progression and learning environment the Rogue has to offer. Fun waves, playful holes, big recovery pools and countless opportunities to challenge your skills. Bring your own kayak or demo one of the many kayaks in our expanding fleet.

Have you tried Stand Up Paddle boarding? This is your chance! We’re bringing our top of the line SUP boards for you to demo. Yes, Sundance Kayak School now provides SUP instruction too! Learn to balance in the calm pools then challenge yourself in Class II rapids.

Stand Up Paddleboarding on the Rogue River

Stand Up Paddleboarding on the Rogue River

Each day will include breakfast, lunch, and dinner prepared by our guides. This will give you plenty of time to soak up the Rogue’s beauty & ambiance. One of the many things we love about the Rogue is it’s abundance in wildlife. Don’t forget to bring your camera to take home the memories.

Lexey Making Crepes for Dessert

Lexey Making Crepes for Dessert

Fine Print: This is not an instructional trip. Kayakers should be comfortable on Class III whitewater. All camping & kayaking gear, meals, shuttle and one night stay at the Riverhouse Lodge.

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About Lori

Born and raised in Southern Minnesota, this Midwestern girl discovered her love for kayaking in 2009. Moving to the Pacific Northwest to follow her passion for whitewater, she's always up for paddling. Known as the dawn patrol motivator she typically is done kayaking before most of us go to work!