Idaho

PRISTINE WATER. VAST WILDERNESS. NATURAL FLOW.

Since this was my first time on the river as well as being totally detached…I was somewhat apprehensive about the process but Rivers & Oceans made it all happen and I cannot thank them enough for making this one of the best experiences of my life.

-Steve G.

IDAHO

Unblemished by the landmarks of urban development, the vast, unchanging wilderness of a white water rafting Idaho trip has earned a reputation for being pristine and untamed. This rustic frontier boasts environments void of pavement and where undammed, wild rivers flow freely. The prehistoric and historic heritage of the region is majestically displayed with a diverse landscape of towering mountains, wooded ridges, deep canyons, chiseled monuments, saw-toothed crags and eroded bluffs. Each river in Idaho has its own character, offering a variety of water adventure experiences for people of all ages. Breathtaking scenery, exhilarating rapids, amazing meals, relaxing hot springs and the simple pleasure of listening to stories told around a campfire leave a lasting impression in the heart’s of those who venture out into this wild country.

ADVENTURE SPOTLIGHT

WANT TO GET AWAY?

 

There is still plenty of availability and time to raft the Snake River this summer! Perfect for families with exciting rapids and beautiful scenery.

 

Call one of our Adventure Booking Specialists ASAP to reserve your space! 928.526.4575

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