White Water Rafting

White Water Rafting on the rapids of “Big Eddy” is a great way to make memories, cool off and experience the Bend Oregon lifestyle

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Trip Summary:
Bus Ride- 3 miles
Time of Trip- 1.5 hours
Time on Water- 1 hour
Recommended Age- 6 and up
Rapid Rating- Class 3, intermediate
Price All Seats- $50   

Due to Covid-19 we are modifying our services. 
We will only have 1 family per boat and in the bus. With this change we have to change our normal pricing.  Private rafts will start at $220 for up to 4 participants, an additional $50 per person over groups of 4. Tuesdays will receive an $8 per person discount. 
Face coverings are required in our buildings and on our bus. Guests do not have to wear a face covering on the raft, the guide will wear one during the entire trip.

Thank you for your understanding.

Trip Details: We run up to 5 trips a day. Trip duration is an hour and a half round trip, with an hour on the water. We provide a 10 minute bus ride to the river.

Once at the river you will be assigned a guide and fitted for a PFD. We try and keep groups together whenever possible. Rafts hold 7 adult paddlers plus a couple non paddlers.

As the rafts drift away from the boat ramp, your guide will go over paddling commands, how to stay in a raft and other pertinent safety information. They will point out wildlife, tell stories and position the boat for the most strategic water fighting assault.

There are 2 practice rapids prior to the main event. Once everyone is prepped the guide will navigate the raft into the current where you will run the class 3 rapids named “Kenmore”, “The Knotch”, “Souse Hole”, “Three Stooges” and “Ol’ Stogie”. In the heat of the action while getting splashed from all sides, we hope you smile huge for the photographer who is lurking on the bank trying to capture the evidence of who is paddling and who is holding on.

After you have conquered the rapids your guide will play games, let you swim and of course let the adventurous ride the bull!

For a great feel for our trip please watch us featured on The Great Outdoors by Central Oregon Daily

Destination Oregon: Rafting on the Deschutes River

People come from all over the world to enjoy Central Oregon’s great outdoors. In this week’s Destination Oregon, Dave Jones takes us just down the road to enjoy one of the region’s most scenic, exciting and wet experiences, whitewater rafting on the Deschutes River with the Seventh Mountain River Company.

Trip Times: We operate rain or shine 7 days a week from May to October. Trips depart at 10:00am, 11:30am, 1:00pm, 2:30pm and 4:00pm. Please arrive 20 min early to sign in.

Who Can Go: We recommend passengers aged 6 and up. Our only restriction is a properly fitting PFD. We can accommodate paddlers from 45 lbs up to a 58 inch chest. (no personal PFD’s please). We are an equal opportunity recreation service provider and will happily make adjustments to accommodate any paddler with physical limitations or special needs. It is up to the paddler to consult with a doctor to determine if rafting is an activity suitable for them.

Rates: All seats are $50. A group rate of $43 per person is available for groups of 14 or more and a single payment. Tuesday is locals day when booked online and use of a promo code. Rates have changed during the Covid-19 outbreak. Please see above.

Photos: All of the photos of your boat can be purchased after the trip for $35. Photos are delivered digitally via Text and Email. WorldMark owners wearing a Club Wyndham bracelet receive free photos! [We are still working on the details of taking photos during the Covid-19 operational changes]

Craft and Raft: Enjoy a craft beer sampler in conjunction with your rafting trip! Offered as an add on to your rafting reservation, Craft and Raft lets you sample 5 micro brews and enjoy 1 before or after your tour. Nothing complements rafting better than sipping on cold suds and telling the stories from the days adventure. [Outfitter Bar is currently closed due to Covid-19]

In the News: Cascade Business News

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Justin WellmanWhite Water Rafting