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The North Umpqua River provides challenges for every season. Cascading whitewater and deep blue bedrock studded runs grace the North Fork providing picturesque opportunity for fly rodders in search of summer run steelhead from five to fifteen pounds. The thirty miles of fly only water are much the same today as when Zane Grey sated piscatorial urges here decades ago. These sea-run rainbows arrive in earnest from late June to the end of October and can be taken with skating drys or swung wets just under the surface. The North is not a fishery for those who shy form challenge. Wading can be tricky, but here reward is commensurate with effort. The dynamic explosion of a large healthy fish attempting to rip the reel from its seating combined with some of the most scenic landscape in the West makes for an adrenaline rush and memorable angling. Late winter and early spring finds winter run steelhead available in the North Fork as a precursor to a healthy fall chinook run. These are selective biters and not for the angler who is short on patience.

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Whitewater Rafting

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Whether you like it Mild or Wild these tranquil-exhilarating waters are never the same twice.  So come on out, go with the flow & gear up - to raft down!  While you get-to-know the all the North Umpqua River's need-to-know from a choice of local expert scenic river guides or whitewater masters.

Custom River Trips available for ALL experience levels and ANY age.  Discover why the experts return time and again, and beginners are eased with simple training tips, fresh & dry river gear, and the company of professional local veterans who are also knowledgeable & amusing while noting key points of interest, abundant wildlife, and treasured wonders only the North Umpqua could try to keep secret.  

Call or Email an Umpqua's Last Resort Team Member TODAY and reserve your Guided Tour with your next Umpqua Camping Holiday!

(541)498-2500 or

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Mountain Biking

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The beautiful North Umpqua River Basin has tall timbered forest with lush green ferns and moss cascading right down to the river's edge, waterfalls in every direction, and plentiful wildlife. To our guests, the Umpqua River reveals scenic biking and hiking trails that overlook spectacular views of basalt rock formations and serene mountain lakes.

N. Umpqua Trail Map and Brochure


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Oregon is a state rich in natural resources. The many lands and waters open to visitors include 27 million acres of forest lands; 34 million acres of grasslands, high desert, mountain ranges, wetlands and urban areas; 300 miles of ocean coastline; 450 miles of Columbia River shoreline; 112,000 miles of rivers and streams; and 6,000 lakes and reservoirs. This variety of habitats enables thousands of diverse native and migrating fish and wildlife species to thrive throughout the state and especially the North Umpqua.

ODFW Sports Licenses

Skiing & Snowmobiling

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There are opportunities on the Umpqua for both nordic and downhill skiing and snowmobiling. Diamond Lake Ranger District features a network of nordic skiing trails nestled in scenic mountains. A private company provides snowcat transport for downhill skiing on Mt Bailey.