Class III-IV White River, OR

White Wild and Scenic River (From Mt. Hood National Forest to Confluence with the Deschutes River)

The White River lies east of the Cascade Range and south of the Columbia River Gorge. Originating on Mt. Hood, the river flows for approximately 53 miles to its confluence with the Deschutes River just above Sherar's Bridge.

All but the 0.6-mile-long section at White River Falls is designated wild and scenic.


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Section Details

Trip Length 46.8 Miles
Notes Co-Managed by the Forest Service
Fishing Yes
Camping Yes
Manager Bureau of Land Management, Prineville District
Wild & Scenic Yes
Water Trail No
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