Snake River Rafting in Hells Canyon & Salmon River Rafting
Looking for the best whitewater rafting trip in the US? Join us on one of two nationally renowned rivers for Idaho rafting—The Snake River in Hells Canyon and the Lower Main Salmon River!! Here is a taste of what we offer:
All-inclusive 3-6 day Snake River rafting in Hells Canyon trips. Check.
Multi-day Salmon River rafting expeditions. Check.
Class III/IV white water rapids. Check.
Gourmet meals and fabulous Dutch oven cooking. Check.
Breathtaking scenery up river and down. Check.
Guides and owners with years of experience and an eye for safety. Check.
Experience of a lifetime? Check. Check.
Snake River rafting trips are the finest way to see Hells Canyon. Hells Canyon is a roadless area accessible only on foot or by boat. Rafting for 3 & 4 days your adventure covers the first 32 miles of the Snake River in Hells Canyon, camping out each night as you float downriver. All the equipment you need for your back-country vacation and transportation to and from the Snake River. Spend time floating the river; hiking to historical homestead cabins and Indian pictograph sites; fishing for bass, trout, and sturgeon; or try paddling inflatable kayaks. Leave the hectic aspects of city life behind. Soak up the quiet sounds of nature.
Hells Canyon rafting is at its finest when you can spend more days out on the river. Most of our guests that book a 3 day rafting or fishing trip find that they are not ready to get off the river on the 3rd afternoon. The 5 & 6 day Snake River rafting trip covers 82 miles–Hells Canyon in its entirety. The lower section of Hells Canyon (most northern section) sports some of the rockiest terrain, additional historical sites, and big sand beaches. A longer rafting trip makes your getaway complete by adding more time for relaxing with a glass of wine in camp and sampling even more delicious outdoor gourmet Dutch oven meals!
Salmon River rafting in Idaho should be on everyone’s bucket list. This Idaho River, like the Snake in Hells Canyon, is a large volumn river with dozens of fun rapids sporting big waves. Camp each night on huge sand beaches just feet from the waters edge. Explore the remains of rock houses built by Chinese miners who made the canyon their home during the gold rush era.