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For more information on offbeat OARS trips, call (800) 346-6277 or go to http://www.oars.com/special_interest_trips. OARS offers an array of unusual whitewater adventures in California, the West and British Columbia, Canada. The three-day Tuolumne wine-tasting trip costs $791.

ECHO runs bluegrass and yoga whitewater river trips on Oregon's Rogue River. For those who don't like to camp, it has a lodge option for this river. Call (800) 652-3246 or go to http://www.echotrips.com. The four-day bluegrass trip costs $995.

For details on All Outdoors' bachelor/bachelorette trips and whitewater weddings on a variety of rivers, call (800) 247-2387 or go to http://www.aorafting.com. Rates range from $104 for a one-day outing on the South Fork of the American to $579 for a three-day trip on the Tuolumne.

For more information on Susan Fox and her yoga river excursions, call (650) 323-5533, or go to http://www.susanfoxlifecoach.com. She may be leading another trip on the Rogue in August. A four-day ECHO yoga trip is $895.

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