Writer Chris Santella recently took a trip with Rogue Wilderness Adventures. Chris’s story was published in the San Jose Mercury News.
“Standing on the banks of the Rogue River, Rogue Wilderness Adventures owner Brad Niva gave our rafting group a safety briefing on things to do and things to avoid, a reminder to stay hydrated and an advisory: “There’s absolutely no cell service in the canyon, so you may as well turn your phones off now.” My girls, Cassidy and Annabel, had been forewarned but still looked mildly dejected.
They might not admit it, but I’m pretty sure their media-deprived state was forgotten by the second rapid.”
Check out the entire story here: San Jose Mercury News Story