Rogue River Wilderness Gourmet 4 Days

Featuring

Chef Carrie Catterall, Ma Mosa’s, Grants Pass, OR
Apricity Vineyard, Grants Pass, OR

Chef Carrie Catterall, one of the founders of Ma Mosa’s from-scratch kitchen.

It’s all about wine and grapes for Apricity Vineyard, but not just any wine and grapes. Their passion is wine from grapes grown naturally, managed responsibly, and minimally-crafted. Founded in the beautiful Southern Oregon Applegate Valley, Apricity produces clean, natural, uniquely terroir-driven grapes and wine from their vineyard set amid the Siskiyou Mountain range, and the Applegate Valley.

Southern Oregon’s Wild & Scenic Rogue River flows 215 miles from its headwaters near Crater Lake to the Pacific Ocean. As it makes its way through the lushly forested Siskiyou Mountains of old-growth conifers and meadows, abundant wildlife can be found. Playful river otters, merganser ducks, black-tailed deer, turtles and black bear are often within sight, and majestic osprey and bald eagles can sometimes be seen fighting for a freshly-caught salmon overhead.

Rogue River rafting
Rafting on the Wild & Scenic Rogue River in Oregon

The Rogue’s exciting Class III rapids and warm water lend itself to a variety of water craft including spunky inflatable kayaks, paddle rafts and oar rafts. Swimming, hiking, fishing and historical points of interest along the river abound. Camping on one of the sandy beaches along the river offers the perfect setting for relaxing with a glass of wine or a refreshing beer. Ahhh, the Rogue might just be the perfect Oregon river trip.

Learn more about the Rogue River

Watch our Rogue River rafting video