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Oregon Guided Day, Multi-day, & Expedition Packrafting Trips

Packrafting allows you to access country that is only accessibly by a small watercraft. If you, like us, long for vast stretches of wilderness, love being on the river, and don't mind getting a little wet- these are the trips for you.

We operate 3 types of packraft tours:


  • Day Trips & Lesson

  • NEW 2023: Owyhee River / Lake Trips

  • International Trips​

Multi-day trips start at $400 per person, per day. 

Trips in Oregon generally run from May - October in most instances. International trips run from November - March. Check out seasonality below and use the button to start a conversation with our team based on the season of your request and expertise.

What to Expect:

Probably 90% of American packrafting happens in Alaska. Eastern Oregon is our little secret. When you contact us we'll put together a trip proposal based upon the time of year you want to come, your paddling expertise, trip length request, and other factors. Lucky for us, we have a host of options to choose from. 

The afternoon before your trip, meet your local guides in the small cowboy town of La Grande, OR for a pre-trip educational session on flat water. (Alternatively, this can be all you do if you're most interested in a lesson!) Get to know your guides, your boats, explore the map, learn about your adventure to come, and finish if off with a your choice of complimentary libation at the local pub.

On the day of departure, your guides will meet you at your accommodation for complimentary pick up in Sully, our adventure van, to our packrafting destination based on the time of year and river flows.

It's on the water from here on out. Expect class I-II water, fishing breaks, and expert guiding. 

At camp each night, your professional local guides turn into expert fun facilitators and chefs, serving hand crafted appetizers, cocktails, and gourmet campfire cooked meals, all sourced from hyper local ingredients.

pack raft tours in Oregon USA
A note from Dan, the owner:

Hey adventurer. Our goal at Go Wild is to make the wilderness accessible, fun, and to inspire every single person that comes on one of our trips. We take the utmost care to make sure you and yours are comfortable, safe, and well fed. We allow time on our trips for relaxing under the pines, gazing at the stars, and jumping into alpine lakes. That's the stuff of memories. That's the stuff of the soul. We'll guide you from the very first email so that the entire process is as easy as can be and you can get to ditching the phone and connecting with the nature that surrounds you, your friends and family, and yourself.


General Details


  • local, professional, naturalist guides

  • camp chef & bartender

  • optional mule packer to carry 30lbs of personal gear per person

  • all meals, beverages & cocktail package

  • all camp / hike / float gear- packrafts & accessories, PFDs, tents, group gear, kitchen, etc. (excluding sleeping bags & dry suits for cold water trips, which are available to rent)

    • we'll send you a packing list upon booking

    • we use high quality, ultralight Alpacka and MSR packrafts.

  • camp games, activities- we are professional wilderness fun facilitators

  • professional photographer & download link to photos

  • meet & greet evening before

  • endless adventure, new friends, an experience of a lifetime


  • transportation to and from Eastern Oregon

    • contact us if you need this arranged​

  • lodging before / after wilderness trip, if desired

    • contact us for local discounts and recommendations​

  • sleeping bag (rent for $40/person), day pack, water bottle, good hiking shoes/boots

We try to make all of our trips as accessible as possible. Our expedition- style Packraft trips are likely our most rigorous trips as they require you to both hike miles into the wilderness, get in and out of inflatable boats, and maneuver on the water. Please contact us with any hesitations. 

Nearest Airports:
BOI- Boise International, Boise, ID, 2.5 hours / PDT- Eastern Oregon Regional Airport, Pendleton, OR, 1.5 hours

The Typical Itinerary:
Day Before Departure: Meet your guides in La Grande, OR for a meet and greet and short on-water session to familiarize yourself with our boats, paddling techniques and what to expect. 
Day 1: Depart Baker City / La Grande OR for a drive to the put in or hike in location. Depending on the trip and time of year, we'll either hit the water right away or start with a camp experience.
Day 2: Hit the water early after packing up camp. Cover 5-10 river miles. 
Day 3: Cover 5-10 river miles. 
Day 4: Cover 5-10 river miles to meet your shuttle at the river's end.

The Fine Print:

  • $500 deposit due at time of booking. Due to the nature of our business with limited dates, trip sizes and commitments of guides, this is non-refundable. The deposit may however, be transferred to a future Go Wild trip if the cancelation is made 90 day prior to tour departure. 

  • Final payment due prior to departure by check, cash, or Venmo. Cancelations within 30 days will be charged the entire balance unless you or us can fill the spot at full price. 

  • Weather: All tours operate rain or shine. Weather's no reason not to have fun! In case of extreme or dangerous conditions, tours are refunded in full.

  • Go Wild has the right to cancel any trip that does not meet our 8 guest minimum; confirmations will be made 90 days prior to the start of the tour.

  • Contact us: 541.403.1692 //

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