Natural High Rafting Coupons and Deals
$179 for a Half-Day Rafting Trip for Up to Six People ($360 Value) Customers may select from a variety of rafting excursions, including the popular Maupin Run, a 14 mile route with class 3 rapids and features the highest density of rapids on the Deschutes River.
A passionate rafter, Troy Lafayette sought a way to share Oregon's rivers with locals and visitors, through an experience they might not have otherwise. This labor-of-love company fulfills that goal by providing fun, safely guided, high-quality, conservation-based river trips: • $162 ($330 value) for a drift fishing trip for three • Select morning or afternoon trips, held every day of the week • Includes all rods, gear, bait, and hot coffee Reel 'Em In Bundle up for a breezy boat excursion off the banks of one of Oregon's most gorgeous rivers -- the Clackamas or Sandy River -- where fall coho and Chinook salmon and winter steelhead abound. Trips must be taken by June 30 to ensure the best fishing opportunities. Natural High Rafting and Fishing's Website | Facebook
The Fine Print
Limit 2 offers per person; may purchase multiple as gifts. Limit 2 offers per group of up to 6 people (1 boat). Reservation required; 72-hour cancellation notice required, or you may forfeit the promotional value of your offer. $6 surcharge for Bureau of Land Management during weekend trips. Anyone under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. 6 people minimum per raft; 2 individuals with offers and 4 regular-priced. You must weigh 50 lbs or more.
If you think splashing through puddles is fun, try taking on the wild rapids of the Deschutes with an exhilarating aquatic adventure from Natural High Rafting. A 12-mile stretch that boasts the highest density of rapids on the river, the day-long trip down Maupin Run takes you over the Upper Wapinitia, Rodeo, Cyclops, and Boxcar—and that’s all before lunchtime. Your rafting crew will enjoy a catered lunch on land at City Park before returning to the water, where the wildest rapid of the day, Oak Springs, awaits. The adventure ends at Sandy Beach, where a shuttle will pick you up and deliver you to your car, leaving you waterlogged with daydreams about your next trip down the Deschutes.