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WELCOME TO YUROK COUNTRY

BIG TREES. BIG RIVER. BIG ADVENTURE

ADVENTURE AWAITS

Breathtaking ocean views. The tallest trees on Earth. A tranquil river, stretching inland through tree-covered hills.

Welcome to Yurok Country.

Through authentic indigenous experiences, learn more about the land known today as Yurok Country.

Find easy access to scenic river banks, tranquil woods, and rugged beaches,

Yurok Country is your next greatest adventure.

MORE THAN JUST REDWOODS

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Immerse yourself in the Yurok Tribe’s rich history and culture. Book an unforgettable experience in a Redwood dugout canoe and tour some of the most stunning and remote spots along the Klamath River.

Discover the magic of the Redwood forests in Yurok Country where 200 miles of trails wind the California Coast, and centuries-old Redwood forests thrive with trees that reach over 350 feet in height, and 2,000 years of age.

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People enjoying a Yurok Country Jet Boat tour on the Klamath River.

Embark on an adventure during this thrilling Klamath River excursion. Learn about the river’s history and come across breathtaking views of the Klamath River, ancient redwoods, and local wildlife.

THE YUROK WAY

The Yurok (Oohl) Tribe is California’s largest Native American Tribe with nearly 6,500 enrolled members. We have long been celebrated as great fishermen, eelers, basket weavers, canoe makers, storytellers, singers, dancers, healers, and strong medicine people. As stewards of the land, our way was to never overharvest but to always ensure the sustainability of our food supply for future generations. When our guests adventure the Yurok Way they leave a positive impact long after their visit, helping our community thrive.

SACRED LAND

We welcome you to be our guest and to acknowledge this land as sacred to us all. Please refrain from traveling into unknown backcountry and adhere to the advice of your Yurok Adventure Guides.

TREAD LIGHTLY

Stay on the trail! Keep our wildlife WILD and observe in a non-invasive way. Respect our waterways, plants, and animals that have sustained our people for generations.

SUPPORT LOCAL

When planning your adventure in Yurok Country, prioritize supporting or buying local tribal-owned goods and services.

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RECENT BLOG ADVENTURES

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YUROK CANOE TOURS

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Explore the Klamath on a once-in-a-lifetime Canoe Tour. Ride in one of the three traditional dugout redwood canoes in the world that are open to the public. As these handcrafted vessels glide across the water’s surface, our expert guides will provide information and storytelling about the wildlife, geography, and history of the Klamath River.

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YUROK COUNTRY VISITOR CENTER

OPEN TUESDAY — SUNDAY!

Located in downtown Klamath, the Yurok Country Visitor Center features captivating exhibits, a large selection of souvenirs crafted by local artisans, and locally made authentic Native American jewelry. Come learn more about the Yurok Tribe and the land that we've called home for thousands of years.

KIND WORDS FROM OUR VISITORS

“Worthwhile trip on the Klamath with 3 Yurok tribal members, full of cultural stories, how the dugout canoes are made, and local history. Engaging conversation about how the upcoming dam removals will affect the river and the people who live along it. We recommend this tour.”

S.R., 2022

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