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Canoeing and Kayaking with Rohrs

Headwaters of the Wisconsin is a great paddling stream!

Start or end your amazing river adventure at our boat landing located at mile 12, in the heart of the most scenic part of the river.
Minutes after check-in, you'll be paddling!
We've got the best prices, best boats and best service!

Canoe and Kayak Float Trips

RWT borders the beautiful Headwaters of the Wisconsin River. We provide the best of equipment, custom fitting each paddler to the appropriate boat and trip. One boat or trip does not fit everyone's needs. We use great Wenonah canoes including the Aurora, Rogue, Cascade, Spirit II and the versitile Rendvous solo canoe. We also provide quality Old Town canoes including the 17' Tripper, 16' Penobscot, Appalachian, Discovery models 169, 164, and Scout. We use Current Design's impressive deluxe sit in 12 and 14 foot Kestrels and a large assortment of friendly sit-on-top kayaks, which are the best choice for the less experienced paddlers. Sit-on-top kayaks are stable, easy to get in and out of and are a breeze to steer. You will be hard pressed to find better boats, a better river, better prices and with thirty plus years of being in business, better advice and instruction for your trips.
The Headwaters of the Wisconsin River flows south from Lac Vieux Desert 40 miles downstream to Eagle River where it joins the magnificient Eagle River chain of lakes to become the mighty Wisconsin River. It is a small scenic winding stream that flows through mostly county forest land making a wonderful quiet and secenic paddle. It has a good current and no rapids and is well suited to all paddlers including families with children. We describe the river as "not threatening but not boring either". This picturesque river, which supports a merit of wildlife, winds through wild scenic forest and pretty marshland. On a fabulous day of paddling you may see herons, hawks, eagles, ducks, beaver, deer, otters and more. Also, to tantalize the fisherman, the Wisconsin River supports all the speices of fish that are in the lakes that feed the river. If you never have experienced floating down a beautiful stream with gentle breeze, with beautiful dragon flies all around and going around a corrner to see a doe and fawn in the middle of the river you don't know what you are missing!

Come to us for an awesome river adventure
in the most scenic part of the Headwaters of the Wisconsin River and we will take care of the rest!.

Guided Whitewater Trips

Enjoy a trip of fun paddling some easy class I and II whitewater, on some wild and scenic beautiful rivers that the northwoods provides. We use our quality, nimble and safe inflatable kayaks, and experienced guides so that even the novice can enjoy these rivers safely. We offer both half day and full day trips. The group can choose to make the trip a float trip or a fishing trip. Both the Ontonagon and Brule Rivers offer great fishing for trout, walleye, bass and more. We can also customize a trip for your group on some of the great rivers and lakes in the area. We transport all the equipment, but each participant is responsible for his or her personal transportation.
All float trips require advanced reservations. The earlier you plan your trip the better chance that we can accomodate you.. Two person minimum. Deposit required.
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Inflatable Kayak Trip Pricing

Half Day - Ontonagon River - Buck Lake Run
2-3 participants - $75.00 each
4-6 participants - $60.00 each
7-13 participants - $55.00 each

Whole Day - Ontonagon River - Interior Run
2-3 participants - $100.00 each
4-6 participants - $85.00 each
7-13 participants - $75.00 each

Whole Day - Brule River
2-3 participants - $125.00 each
4-6 participants - $115.00 each
7-13 participants - $100.00 each
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We are located on the Headwaters of the Wisconsin River, and offer canoe, kayak, and inflatable kayak raft trips, on the Wisconsin River and many other great rivers in the area. We offer canoe rentals, shuttle service, complete outfitting, canoe instruction, equipment sales, camping at their wilderness campground, and lodging at our luxury house. We also have a beautiful trail for hiking, mountain biking, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing.
Canoe, and kayak trips are available every day, from an hour to several days, from are own canoe landing on the wild and beautiful Headwaters of the Wisconsin River. Complete outfitting is available if needed. We have been instructing paddlers for thirty years and offer several levels of canoe instruction. We also offer guided trips on many other great rivers. Please check out under "Trips and Classes" for more information. These wilderness trips include all group equipment, food, instruction, and guide. You can also experience the fun of half and full day raft trips in fun and safe inflatable kayaks. Please check the pages here at our web site for more information on these great trips and all our services.
Our scenic wilderness campground has state park ambience with great facilities and acres of wild blueberries and raspberries, which guests on property are welcomed to pick. There is nothing like haveing northwoods berries with your breakfast. We offer walk-in wilderness river sites, spacious wooded tent sites, and large, beautiful water/electric sites with both 20 and 30 amp service,a terrific shower house, and seasonal rates. We can also provide complete outfitting, using the best gear, for all the equipment you may need.
For the tourist who prefers more of the comforts of home we have a luxury vacation house to rent. The house has 4 bedrooms, 2&1/2 baths, 2 complete kitchens, dining rooms, and living room with cathedral ceiling and two gas fireplaces. It can be divided into two units of 3 and 1 bedrooms or rented as a whole house. With a nice rustic knotty pine interior, ceiling fans, hot water heat, and beautiful scenery; it's a great comfortable place to enjoy the Northwoods. For more information about trips and the many other services we offer you can call, stop by, write, e-mail or check our web site. We at Rohr's Wilderness Tours (RWT) are located at 5230 Razorback Road in Conover, WI 54519. We are approximately 13 miles North of Eagle River, 3 miles North of Conover. Turn West(left) at Rummels Road cross the river and turn North(right) at Razorback Road. Travel about a mile and look for our Rohr's Wilderness Tours sign. There are RWT Camping and Canoe arrow signs placed at Hwy 45 and Rummels and at Rummels and Razorback Roads to help you find your way.

(Maximum 3 adults per canoe or equivalent) All pricing is per canoe or double kayak, single kayak subtract $5.00. All include paddle(s), and lifejacket(s).

Car Spotting

We offer a shuttle service for those with their own canoe or kayak.
Rummels Road Landing - $10.00
Heart Lake Road Landing - $15.00
County K Landing - $25.00
Hwy 45 Landing - $25.00
Lac Vieux Dessert Landing - $30.00
River Road Landing - $30.00
Tamarack Creek to County K Landing - $30.00
County G Landing - $40.00
call for pricing for other shuttle destinations

Canoe Instruction

We offer six levels of canoe instruction. Proficiency in skills learned are required to move on to next level of instruction.

Class I - Two days of instruction; the first day on a fast river with no rapids and the second day paddling a river with easy Class I rapids. Class I paddlers will show proficiency in canoe and paddle design and be able to demonstrate the draw, pry, push away, sweep, reverse sweep, cross draw, J, and C strokes. Paddlers will also learn the more advanced maneuvers; front and back ferries, and eddy turns.

Class II - Two days of instruction on Class II rivers with Class II rapids. Class II paddlers will be required to show a proficiency in all skills learned in Class I along with the pry, and high and low braces. More emphasis will be placed on reading river hazards and safely maneuvering through Class I & II rapids. Pre-requisite: Class I.

Wilderness Paddler - Must complete with us at least one 5 day or longer wilderness river trip with Class II-III rapids. A Wilderness Paddler must be proficient in equipment packing, food preparation, logistics, orienteering, canoe lining, leadership skills, first aid, and more. Pre-requisite: Class II.

Solo Paddler - Will successfully complete Solo Canoe and Advanced Solo Canoe classes and show proficiency in the more advanced strokes and maneuvers of solo canoeing. The solo canoer will also be able to safely maneuver through Class I whitewater. Each person will have their own boat to practice the techniques learned in these comprehensive canoe classes. Solo Canoe will be held on a river without whitewater. Advanced Solo will be held on a river with Class I whitewater. Check our newsletter for dates of classes. Pre-requisite: Class I.

Rohr's Wilderness Tours

5230 Razorback Road * Conover, WI 54519

715-547-3639

info@rwtcanoe.com

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