Three Amazing Rafting Adventures!

Friends,
OCSC has teamed up with O.A.R.S. for aseries of rafting trips in 2011 & 2012. Join me as we venture beyond the coast and into the heart of the American West.

1. April 30 – May 1, 2011

California’s Tuolumne River

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Join me for 2 days of champagne whitewater rafting at the doorway to Yosemite National Park. The Tuolumne River (pronounced Too-all-uh-me) is a standard-setting river among all the California rafting experiences. This adventurous 48-hour getaway includes cool hikes up side canyons, one night of catered camping and two fun days of rafting on 18 miles of “Wild and Scenic” river in a remote, awesome river canyon roaring with whitewater and just a 3-hour drive from the Bay Area.

For more information on this trip visit OARS.com or contact our Private Trips Manager, Carrie Aronson at 1-800-346-6277 Ext: 4786 or by email: carriea@oars.com

2. June 25 – 27, 2011

Oregon’s Rogue River

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Join me for 3 days of rafting on Oregon’s Wild & Scenic Rogue River. This 3-day whitewater rafting journey winds its way through one of the most beautiful pine-forested canyons in North America. Camp riverside and spot abundant wildlife including deer, bear, otter, osprey and bald eagles from the bow of your comfortable raft. Paddle fun yet exhilarating rapids and test your skills in an inflatable kayak. This O.A.R.S. rafting adventure shows off the river’s best features as it flows from its headwaters near Crater Lake National Park towards the incomparable Oregon coast.

For more information on this trip visit OARS.com or contact our Private Trips Manager, Carrie Aronson at 1-800-346-6277 Ext: 4786 or by email: carriea@oars.com

3. September 1 – 11, 2012

The Grand Canyon

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We begin our Grand Canyon journey at Lees Ferry, starting with the slower moving rapids of the Colorado River which will increase each day in size and intensity. In between rapids, the calmer water affords quiet moments of canyon story telling, geologic and natural history, and pure tranquility. This section of the Grand Canyon combines the scenic wonders of the upper canyon’s limestone cliffs, Anasazi Indian ruins, fossils, stream-carved alcoves and petroglyphs, with the Lower Canyon’s crystalline waterfalls, fern-covered fairyland, layered rock and turquoise pools. On the last morning of the trip, you board a helicopter for the rim and then on to Las Vegas via small plane.

For more information on this trip visit OARS.com or contact our Private Trips Manager, Carrie Aronson at 1-800-346-6277 Ext: 4786 or by email: carriea@oars.com