Crater Lake Zipline


Malone Springs is part of the Upper Klamath Canoe Trail. This 15,000-acre freshwater wetlands offers a glimpse into the reasons why the Upper Klamath National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1928. A true jewel of our area, paddling The Water Trail is a treat you should not miss while in the area. We use two-person and single kayaks on this guided 2-hour paddling experience.

Zipline + Kayak + Lunch
A full-day adventure package for a great day outside. Enjoy a guided calm water paddling adventure at Malone Springs plus experience our guided zipline canopy tour – 9 zips, 2 rappels and 2 skybridges.  Lunch is made fresh onsite and all gear is provided. 

Kayak out with us into the night sky! It can be very peaceful paddling along with moonlight or starlight as your lamp and listening to the nighttime sounds of water and wildlife. We offer moonlit kayak tours each full moon and take advantage of a bright night sky. When the moon is waning, we paddle into a dark sky that makes for amazing stargazing. The dark skies of Oregon are a special treat in a kayak.

Some of our guests prefer to paddle on their own without a guide. We get that and have rentals available. Guests are welcome to rent and take the boats to one of the many lakes or rivers in our region or we will deliver kayaks to a calm and protected wetland nearby. Keep in mind Crater Lake National Park does not allow boats on the water!

Spring Creek is fast becoming an Oregon State must-do place to paddle. This slow-moving crystal clear spring creek is just as it sounds, spring-fed and oh so cold! The name may not be all that original, but the location is spectacular. Plan for about 2.5 hours on the water out and back. All gear is provided. Beginners are welcome!

The Wood River meanders its way through the valley just below Crater Lake National Park. The area is rich with history and the views of ranch lands and rolling Cascade Mountains are stunning. This spring creek is our longest paddling experience at 3+ hours on the water and a bit more technical.  Its best for ages 10+ with some paddling experience.