Author: Cari Morgan


Cari Morgan is OARS’ Communications Manager.  Along with overseeing the company’s blog, The Eddy, she also manages the OARS social media sphere. A seasoned wordsmith, Cari has written for a number of organizations over the years, including the National Park Foundation, Calaveras Visitors Bureau and nationally syndicated radio show, The Kathleen Show. Before joining OARS, she worked as a PR consultant and was honored with several awards from the PRSA and the Association for Women in Communications.

189 Posts

Ask a River Guide: California’s Best Multi-day Family Rafting Trip - Lower Klamath River
OARS Managers Share Their River Stories | #5000Miles
How to Score 7 of the Most Popular Backcountry Hiking Permits
11 Spring Rafting Trips in the West You Don’t Want to Miss
Female veterans find strength and friendship on a rafting trip with O.A.R.S.
The Best Rafting Near San Francisco for Every Adventure Level
How to Have an Unplugged Adventure

How I Failed at 100 Hours Unplugged

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9 National Park Views That are Worth the Effort | Doll House, Canyonlands National Park
Baja sea kayaking, Espiritu Santo
Say No to Drilling Near Dinosaur National Monument
The Insider’s Guide to Whitewater Rafting in California | Tuolumne River Rafting
15 Instagram Photos That’ll Make You Want to Go Rafting Right Now
Ask a River Guide: The Secrets of the Rogue River
Best Year Ever to Catch Yosemite’s Waterfalls and Whitewater
An above-average snowpack across the western U.S. means paddlers can expect an epic 2017 whitewater rafting season
What you need to know about high-water rafting trips in the West
Upper Navua River, Fiji | Photo: Pete McBride
A Game-changer for River Protection: The Loss of the Stanislaus
Best camps “Brown Betty is a gigantic beach right at the first rapid. That has to be my favorite. But my other favorite is Kolb Camp. You only camp there at medium to lower flows, because at higher flows it’s underwater, but it’s right between Big Drop 2 and Big Drop 3. There is a big inscription from the Kolb Brothers when they came through there in 1911. So there’s some history there. You’re also between the two biggest rapids. You can feel the energy. It’s just a really powerful place.”
California Rafting | North Fork American