Whitewater Kayaking & Canoeing Trails in Oregon
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Whitewater Kayaking & Canoeing Trails in Oregon

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0 - 84 mi
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Oregon has 218 whitewater kayaking & canoeing trails. These trails range from 0 to 84 miles in length. The most popular trails are Clackamas River: Barton Park to Carver, Clackamas River: Carver to Clackamette Park and McKenzie River: Hayden Bridge to Armitage Park. Trails.com member Karmin P. recently completed Middle Fork Willamette River: Dexter Dam to Jasper County Park.
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This beautiful stretch of the Clackamas River may be run all year. The first 2.5 miles ...
This stretch of the Clackamas River is an excellent training area for beginners. There ...
Abiqua Creek is in the watershed between Butte Creek on the north and Silver Creek to ...
This part of the Crooked River is not quite as intense, and only half as long, as the ...
This run keeps open canoers busy and entertains beginning kayakers with many good surfing ...
This is a great run for boaters making the transition form beginner to intermediate. The ...
This Central Oregon run offers the intermediate paddler a nice trip though two very scenic ...
The Elk River is a beautiful pool drop stream. The green waters carve narrow passages ...
The upper 2 miles of this run are wide and shallow, and the scenery is open and pleasant. ...
Deeply cut into sedimentary formations of the coastal mountains, the South Fork Coquille ...
This is a nice beginning and intermediate run. The sections above and below it can be ...
This run is enhanced in its upper end by numerous small play holes and waves, which are ...
Lake Creek is named for Triangle Lake in the Oregon Coast Range. Immediately after or ...
The Siuslaw River makes a 20-mile loop away from Oregon 126 from Turner Creek to Mapleton. ...
Drift Creek flows through the Drift Creek Wilderness Area in one of the most remote regions ...
The main stem of the Alsea River provides a number of runs that are used by numerous drift ...
The South Fork Alsea River is a narrow stream runnable only during or shortly after substantial ...
Drift Creek is a small Coast Range stream that flows through a scenic forest, including ...
This is a pleasant and scenic run for beginning kayakers and intermediate open canoers. ...
Of the 50 or more miles of boatable water on the Siletz River, this stretch has the most ...
The river canyon here is extremely beautiful, remote, and unlogged. Once on the river, ...
This is a short but fun section of the Siletz, containing significant whitewater. All ...
The Nestucca River, classified as a State Scenic Waterway, drops relentlessly through ...
The run begins just below the hatchery on the East Fork of the South Fork Trask River ...
The North Fork Trask River flows through second-growth coastal forest and drains an area ...
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