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Reserve 2023 while dates last

How We Operate

At Go Wild, we operate by a mostly private tour model. Other than a few trips a year that are open to the public, we leave our entire season open for booking your private family, friend, or corporate group. Don't be dissuaded if you're a single traveler, we usually always have a few trips with "hop-on" availability.

 We're currently taking $500 deposits to secure dates for your private wilderness adventure in 2023. Booking from May-October. Check out our calendar of offerings below and be sure to let us know if you have an out-of-the-box idea! Deposits are nonrefundable, but transferrable to other dates as long as availability allows.
Write Dan at gowildusa@gmail.com

Calendar

Go Wild 2023 calendar of tours

Definitions

Packrafting Day Trips & Lessons: 
We teach packrafting basics on flat water year-round and can arrange river or flat water day trips that involve floating, hiking and floating, or biking and floating. 

Packrafting Expeditions:
In June and July (depending on temperatures and water levels) we lead multi-day packrafting camping expeditions. These overnight trips generally involve hiking into the backcountry and floating between camping spots but alternatives can be arranged including fly ins and floating between car camping locations. 

Luxury Wild Camping:
These all-inclusive tours are our most popular trips. Hike into a fancy basecamp, let mules carry your gear, and be wined and dined under great Eastern Oregon backcountry skies with a host of activities ranging from naturalist education to fly fishing, to swimming, to packrafting, to hatchet throwing. 
*Camp 1, 2, and 3 denote our three different camp locations throughout the Blue & Wallowa Mountains. Call for more info. 

Deluxe Wild Camping:
Similar to our luxury trips but without the mules. Carry your own gear and a portion of group food into a pre-set basecamp.


Classic Expeditions:
The wilderness is our oyster on these classic backpacking trips. Everyone carries their own gear, we go lighter on food, and we move camp each day to explore as much of the wilderness as our feet will take us to.