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The Gearboat Chronicles

The History of Whitewater Rafting in Oregon

Friday, January 25th, 2019

Rivers are as much a part of the Pacific Northwest as the rainy weather, dense forests, and legendary Salmon population. Interesting how these are all connected! With all of these factors playing such a part in the history and culture of our beautiful state and region, it’s no wonder that white water rafting has turned […]

All You Need to Know About Using a Toilet on a White Water Rafting Trip

Tuesday, November 13th, 2018

If this is your first time white water rafting or embarking on a rafted multi-day fishing trip, you’re probably excited. You should be! Rafting trips are often even more fun than our customers expect. It’s a trip you’ll be talking about for the rest of your life. One thing many of our clients don’t necessarily […]

Best Shore Lunches & Meals for Whitewater Rafting

Tuesday, October 2nd, 2018

Dreaming of a whitewater rafting adventure? You’ve probably been imagining flying through Class IV rapids, seeing incredible wildlife, and soaking up the sun on the sandy banks of the Grand Ronde or Snake River. But have you thought about what you’ll eat? In today’s post, we’ll share our favorite shore lunches and meal ideas for […]

Top Whitewater Rafting Destinations in The World

Monday, May 14th, 2018

There are rivers great for whitewater rafting around the world! Every continent (with the exception of maybe Antarctica) has world class opportunities for whitewater rafting thrill seekers! In this post, we’ll outline some of the global whitewater rafting destination on our bucket list.     A post shared by Idago (@idagoco) on May 3, 2018 […]

Rafting: An Unforgettable Family Friendly Vacation

Monday, March 19th, 2018

Already planning your family’s next summer vacation? Are you looking for a one-of-a-kind outdoor experience that’s great for both kids and adults? Want to get off the beaten path and experience the wilderness without the crowds you’ll find at national parks? Don’t want to miss out on luxurious amenities and delicious food? Want someone else […]

Sleeping Like a Log, Explained

Wednesday, February 28th, 2018

Pretty common to sip your morning coffee in camp and hear somebody declare they just slept better out here in the boonies than they have for a long time back home. Is it all the fresh air? Being tuckered out from rowing/kayaking/fishing/hiking/all this having of fun? What’s the deal? Why is the great outdoors so […]