SummaryTrail GuideTopo MapReviewsPhotosGPS
Grande Ronde River: Troy to Boggan’s Oasis Professional Review and Guide
"Below Troy, the lines of trees spilling over the canyon rim begin to withdraw from the more arid side slopes and the canyon becomes progressively steeper and drier. The brushy draws and grassy rimrocks are frequented by mule deer instead of the elk that are dominant upriver. Rattlesnakes are more common on this stretch. A few ranches are established along the river, connected by a road that parallels the run for the entire distance. A café and a small park with outhouses greet boaters at Boggan’s Oasis in the state of Washington. Character: canyon; roaded."
--Pete Giordano & the Willamette Kayak and Canoe Club, Soggy Sneakers: A Paddler's Guide to Oregon's Rivers (The Mountaineers Books).
Sign in/up to upload photos.