North Umpqua River Rafting
The North Umpqua River passes through Glide, Oregon, 16 miles east of Roseburg along Highway 138. The Rogue-Umpqua Scenic Byway parallels the river and offers breathtaking scenery to Toketee, where the river diverts into the Cascades and the road continues to Diamond Lake and Crater Lake National Park. Trails, waterfalls, picnic sites and campgrounds dot the highway along the way in natural forested settings.
The North Umpqua River is a tributary of the Umpqua River, approximately 100 mi (161 km) long, in southwestern Oregon in the United States. It drains a scenic and rugged area of the Cascade Range southwest of Eugene, flowing through steep canyons and surrounded by large Douglas-fir forests. Renowned for its emerald green waters, it is considered one of the best fly fishing streams in the Northwest for anadromous fish.