North America

Bio Bio Expeditions - North America



Bio Bio Expeditions is your best option for adventure in North America.

California – our home state and our whitewater roots!
The founders of Bio Bio Expeditions grew up in California and discovered their love for the outdoors on the rivers and in the mountains of the Sierra Nevada.  In the springtime, there is no better place for whitewater fun than in the crystal clear, pool-drop rivers of California such as rafting the California Salmon or in the scenic deep canyons paddling the Rogue River in Southern Oregon. And what would a trip to California be without enjoying the multi-sport “adventure mecca” of Lake Tahoe in Northern California?

Many of our international guests get together for “reunion” trips to experience the Bio Bio Expeditions magic with their friends again.  We are also  happy to custom tailor an itinerary for beginner kayakers who want to do a raft-supported multi-day trip on the Klamath River in northern California – a perfect river to learn on.

British Columbia Rafting
Nestled in the rainshadow of BC’s Coastal Range, the Chilcotin region offers a wilderness experience comparable to unsettled West of old. Wild horses, fresh water, abundant wildlife and few if any people add to the beauty and charm of this secluded area. And flowing through this remote landscape the Chilko, Chilcotin and Fraser rivers add a level of excitement not found anywhere else.Welcome to the White Mile – the longest stretch of continuously navigable whitewater in North America! Join us for a 7-day whitewater rafting adventure on this untamed river system. It’s an experience few are privileged to enjoy and all who do, remember for a lifetime.

Tatshenshini-Alsek River Rafting
In the northwest corner of the continent, where the boundaries of British Columbia, the Yukon and Alaska converge, the Tatshenshini and Alsek rivers flow amidst three-mile-high mountains. Massive glaciers descend to the water’s edge, shearing off thunderously into calving icebergs. The primeval landscape, dominated by grizzlies, ravens and eagles is wilderness in its purest form. Join Bio Bio Expeditions for an 11-day exploration of this stunning UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Our North America Adventures

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Continuing Education Trips

  • Wilderness Medicine CME

    Middle Fork of the Salmon CME

    Idaho’s Middle Fork of the Salmon is at the top of the list for both beginning river enthusiasts and seasoned river travelers alike—individuals or families—and is known as one of the premier wilderness rivers in the world.

    The Middle Fork of the Salmon has it all: spectacular scenery in one of the deepest river gorges in North America, crystal clear water, blue ribbon trout fishing for native Westslope cutthroat trout, riverside natural hot springs, abundant wildlife viewing and historic sites to explore.

    Named by National Geographic as one of the top 3 river trips in the world, the Middle Fork Salmon River will provide you with a continuing medical education seminar of a lifetime.

    Trip Length: 6 Days
    Trip Price: $2,600
    Activity Level: Moderate
    Activities Fishing, Rafting, Whitewater Kayaking
  • Wilderness Medicine CME

    Wilderness Medicine Intensive Skills CME

    The Wilderness Medicine Intensive Skills Course is an exciting and unique CME course in the Mt. Shasta / Marble Mountains Wilderness area of Northern California.

    This course is designed for clinicians who want to learn state-of-the-art wilderness medicine and survival skills in a spectacular outdoor setting.

    Tour Season: Summer
    Trip Length: 7 Days
    Trip Price: From $1,595
    Activity Level: Moderate
    Activities Rafting, Whitewater Kayaking
  • Wilderness Medicine CME

    Fly Fishing School – All Levels

    This exciting Wilderness Medicine conference takes place in the context of a professionally guided
    fly-fishing school / adventure is designed for all skill levels. All week we will be targeting steelhead (ocean-run rainbow trout) that are known for their beauty and incredible fight.

    Northern California is home to some of the finest fly-water in the lower 48. The school is located at Paradise Point, a gorgeous 20 acre deluxe tent camp on the banks of the legendary Klamath River.

    Tour Season: Fall
    Trip Price: $2,995
    Activities Fishing