Rain augments the vibrant colors of an October Rogue Canyon.
October brings both "half-pounders" and fall colors to the Rogue River Canyon.
The dramatic start to the Rogue River Trail looks onto Grave Creek Falls.
An afternoon shaft of sunlight illuminates a forested ridge above Tyee Rapid.
The sun lightens the lunchtime mood at Tyee Camp.
Moss covered oak trees flank the ridge above Whiskey Creek.
Looking downstream from the bedrock islands at the foot of Wildcat Camp.
Mist shrouds the peaks above Wildcat Rapid on a May morning.
Russian Rapid pours through a narrow bedrock channel.
A heavily laden gear boat can't take advantage of the great surf wave in Lower Montgomery Rapid.
Spring Rogue rafting trips can be both wet and beautiful.
Driftboats parked at the lower Black Bar pull-in.
Cliffs drop directly into the water at the apex of Horseshoe Bend.
Looking upstream from the Rogue River Trail onto Dulog Rapid and Camp.
A green canopy rewards those willing to explore the upper reaches of Kelsey Creek.
There are many great riverside camping options for self-support hikers along the Rogue River Trail.
Sturgeon Rock (left bank) marks the end of Kelsey Canyon.
Sunset paints the sky above Missouri Bar Camp (left bank).
A beautiful silhouette of the ridgeline across from Missouri Camp.
A misty sunrise from the grassy opening above Missouri Bar.
A brief glimpse of Horseshoe Bend from high above on the Rogue River Trail.
The Rogue sends a ribbon of bubbles past the mouth of Big Windy Creek.
Drifting through the canyon below Big Windy Creek.
They don't call it "Big Boulder Rapid" for no reason.
The ladies from the cover of the Rogue River Guidebook enjoy the Mule Creek Narrows above Coffepot Rapid.
Beautiful sculpted rock flanks both sides of Mule Creek Canyon between Coffeepot Rapid and Stair Creek Falls.
A beautiful sunset colors the sky above Mule Creek Canyon.
Spring flowers bloom above the entrance to Coffeepot Rapid.
Coffeepot Rapid swirls through the convoluted walls of Mule Creek Canyon.
Coffeepot Rapid at dusk.
The view looking upriver into Kelsey Canyon from Kelsey Geology Camp.
Standing on the rim of Mule Creek Canyon puts it into perspective.
The Barrel Eddy (lower right) offer the last chance to gather your wits before running Coffeepot Rapid.
A paddle Boat in the clutches of Coffeepot Rapid.