The Best Farm-To-Table Food In Southern Oregon

January 19, 2021

Photo: Lunch at Common Block Brewing, courtesy of Travel Southern Oregon The Rogue Valley has a rich agricultural history. Whether you indulge in decadent chocolate and cheese, or enjoy healthy, hand-picked produce from local farms, you’ll discover unique eats throughout Southern Oregon. To take the… Read More

Fires, Smoke, and Rafting Trips

August 1, 2015

Fires and rafting on the Rogue and Klamath Rivers CURRENTLY: Running trips and having a great time. Because of wildfires in the area, we continue to monitor the air quality in the Rogue Valley and will keep customers aware of any changes that would affect rafting… Read More

Most Endangered Rivers: Smith and Rogue

April 7, 2015

“Something will have gone out of us as a people if we ever let the remaining wilderness be destroyed… We simply need that wild country available to us, even if we never do more than drive to its edge and look in.” ― Wallace Stegner, The Sound of… Read More

The Rogue River at 90,000 CFS

February 9, 2015

On Saturday, February 7th, three of us pushed off from Almeda on the Rogue River and headed downstream. Four and a half hours later we were at Foster Bar. Here’s what I remember. Thank you to Roger Goth, Aaron Stone, and Erik Weiseth for providing great beta before we pushed… Read More

Beyond Whitewater and Dollars: Experiences that Change Our Lives

May 12, 2014

What will change my life? In business it is easy to get caught up in numbers and dollar signs – your salary, gross sales, and margins are figures that show the “value” of what you are doing and the “score” of your business. But numbers don’t always tell the full… Read More

First Friday, April 4th 2014

April 4, 2014

First Friday event tonight: join Rogue Climate for a poster party at Indigo Creek Outfitters (130 A Street 2B) in preparation for Clean Energy Day (May 4th). Stop by between 4:30 and 8:00 p.m. to design your poster. Read More

Disconnecting to Reconnect with What’s Important

February 20, 2014

Adventure Together Why a river trip? Because life goes by fast. We miss opportunities to spend time with each other, to laugh with each other and to travel with each other. We “tag” each other and message each other instead. We email each other and text each other to… Read More

Salmon Ceremony on the Rogue River

February 17, 2014

Check out this really cool segment by Oregon Public Broadcasting about Salmon Ceremonies along the Rogue River in Gold Hill. The ceremonies take place near the ending of our half-day Rogue River rafting trips and for those of you who have joined us, you may… Read More

Passion and Business

November 5, 2013

Above: Ross Litton, owner of Walkabout Brewing Company, chats with brewery tour participants during a tour of Walkabout. In January of 2013, Indigo Creek Outfitters began offering “Rogue Valley On Tap” Brewery Tours. Recently we’ve begun offering the tours four days a week, Thursday-Sunday. Rogue Valley On Tap” Brewery… Read More

Waterlogged Memories

September 4, 2013

With the prime rafting season in the rearview mirror, the crew at Indigo Creek Outfitters took a few minutes to jot down some favorite moments and memories of the 2013 season. Thank you to everyone who has joined us thus far in 2013. We still have trips going out and… Read More

Rafting the Wild West’s Upper Klamath

July 31, 2013

In the spring of 2013, Indigo Creek Outfitters began offering full-day rafting trips on Southern Oregon’s Upper Klamath. The following is a story by Emily Berlant, who rafted the “UK” for the first time during an Indigo Creek Outfitters staff training trip. Upper Klamath $169/Adults, $159/Youth… Read More

“Rapid Repeaters” and the Upper Klamath in Video

June 12, 2013

Now offering special rates for Rapid Repeaters. Become a Rapid Repeater and Get More Waves for Your Buck Get a taste of whitewater on the Nugget-Powerhouse stretch of the Rogue River and then try the Full-Day Upper Klamath. How to… Read More