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Salmon River Rafting Trips


Rafting on the Salmon River in Idaho is unlike anywhere else in the United States. As the longest un-dammed river in the U.S. and flowing through the lower 48s largest wilderness area, rafting trips on the Salmon River take kayakers and paddlers on a white water vacation un-matched in wildlife, scenery, or adventure. Rafting trips in late June or early July are typically going to have bigger and colder white water as this river is strictly controlled by snow melt. Salmon River rafting trips in later July or August are usually accompanied by less powerful rapids and warmer water. Determine the experience you are looking for between the Main Salmon or Lower Salmon and then find the right dates for your ultimate white water vacation.

Main Salmon River White Water Rafting Trip - 5 or 6 days

Main Salmon River Rafting in Idaho is the ultimate Orange Torpedo wilderness trip. After a trip down the “River of No Return,” you will go home with stories of running class III and IV rapids, sitting in hot springs, climbing Buckskin Bill’s tower, and seeing plenty of wildlife. Spend five or six days rafting the Salmon River with options to camp under the stars or stay in lodges.

Canyons of the Lower Salmon River Rafting Trip - 3 to 5 days

Lower Salmon River rafting is known for white sand beaches, hot weather, warm water, and BIG roller coaster waves – what more could you ask for on an Idaho camping trip? Add great theme nights, rapids you can re-run, and a 50-mile jet boat back to town to make white water rafting or kayaking the Lower Salmon River the ultimate 4 day vacation.
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