Main Salmon River Rafting: The translucent emerald water of the Main Salmon River responds to the drop and irregularities of the river bottom to create over 40 rapids. This means you have first-class whitewater each day on the river.
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Snake River Rafting through Hells Canyon: Hells Canyon, on the Idaho/Oregon border, is a 7,000-foot-deep abyss forged by the mighty Snake River. The waterway offers big rapids and outstanding opportunities to view wildlife and historic and cultural sites, including Nez Percé pictographs and rough-hewn pioneer dwellings.
Idaho Family Rafting in Salmon River Canyons: An enchanting family rafting trip on the Middle Fork of the Salmon River blends hot sun, warm water, fun rapids, and the most beautiful white sand beaches of any river in the West.
St. Joe River Rafting Day Trip: The lower part of the St. Joe River, near its end at Lake Coeur d'Alene, may be slow-moving and calm, but some 90 miles upstream, sections of the river have almost non-stop rapids.
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Lower Salmon River Rafting: The lower section of the Salmon River flows through four stunning canyonsGreen, Cougar, Snowhole and Blue Canyonsas the surroundings change from sheer rock canyons to rolling mountains plated in golden grass.