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En Idaho Language rafting whitewater

June 28th, 2017 ernie Posted in Idaho No Comments »

Five, Six, and Ten day Idaho whitewater rafting river adventure vacations on Idaho’s Middle Fork and Main Salmon River. The Middle Fork and the Main Salmon Rivers are two of the greatest whitewater river trips in North America. En Idaho Language rafting whitewater

Take advantage of oar rafts, paddle boats, inflatable kayaks, sit on top kayaks and complete kayak workshops. The choice of craft on any given day is yours. Many guests want to try all the different boats on there trip to Idaho whitewater rafting area.

If you have always wanted to take a wilderness white water rafting trip but did not like the idea of sleeping on the ground and camping out you may wish to try one of our Main Salmon Lodge stay trips. This is a very unique and fun way to experience all that a wilderness, white water, rafting tour has to offer with-out having to “rough it” too much.

En Idaho Language rafting whitewater

With all that Idaho’s Middle Fork and Main Salmon River have to offer it can be difficult and confusing to try and figure out which river or trip may be best for you. Some people think a 10-day Middle Fork/Main Salmon trips are the best way to experience what the river and the canyon has to offer. Most tour guides will be happy to help you choose the trip that is ideal for you.

Depending on the time of the year, the weather conditions and temperatures in Idaho and on the river will vary. You will find spring and fall temperatures in the 60—75 degree range. The summer temperatures range from 75 to the low 100’s. Water temperatures range from the 50’s in the spring and fall to the low 70s in the middle of the summer. The water and air temperatures are generally 5—10 degrees cooler on the Middle Fork, than the Main Salmon.

We hope you are able to experience a Idaho rafting whitewater rafting trip and share all the excitement a white water river rafting trip that the Main Salmon River and or Middle Fork has to offer. A river trip is not just the whitewater but so much more.

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Rafting River Salmon whitewater

April 14th, 2017 ernie Posted in Idaho No Comments »

Whitewater rafting adventure on the Salmon River or Snake River in Hells Canyon, a steel head fishing trip, or take a Multi-Sport Adventure trip at the Little Salmon Lodge.  Rafting River Salmon whitewater can be a lot of fun for rafting enthusiasts.

Discover Excitement with Roller coaster rapids on the Main Salmon river with whitewater rafting and great rides, with thrills and excitement to get your adrenaline going! Experience the ever changing Salmon River with heart pounding white water, wild waves and deep holes. These roller coaster rapids are great rides, with thrills and excitement to get your adrenaline going. Relax in the calm water between the rapids. Catch your breath, enjoy the scenery from steep granite cliffs to grassy meadows.

Discover Treasure:Oyster Rock on the Lower Canyon of the Middle Fork. Yes gold was found on the river and perhaps you might (if you bring your pan) but there is another kind of treasure, the non-fleeting kind, the type your take with you and freely give away: memories.

Rafting River Salmon whitewater

While rafting on the Salmon River through the whitewater rapids focus on the people you brought with you, the people you just met that became your new best friends, your guides that worked hard to make this the best vacation ever.

Recall rock paintings left by an ancient inhabitants, hikes to abandoned mines and homesteads, the beauty of the mountains and the river valley, and the varied wildlife. Picture floating down the river waiting for that burst of excitement from the next rapid.

And the fun playing in the water, on crystal white sandy beaches and sharing stories around the campfire. The river creates these memories, treasures that will last a lifetime.

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Idaho Rafting Whitewater

November 14th, 2016 ernie Posted in Idaho No Comments »

If you have always wanted to take a wilderness Idaho white water rafting trip but did not like the idea of sleeping on the ground and camping out you may wish to try a Main Salmon Lodge stay trip. This is a very unique and fun way to experience all that a wilderness, white water, rafting tour has to offer. No need having to “rough it” too much.

Five, Six, and Ten day Idaho rafting whitewater river adventure vacations on Idaho’s Middle Fork and Main Salmon River. The Middle Fork and the Main Salmon Rivers are two of the greatest whitewater river trips in North America.

Take advantage of oar rafts, paddle boats, inflatable kayaks, sit on top kayaks and complete kayak workshops. The choice of craft on any given day is yours. Many guests want to try all the different boats on their trip to Idaho rafting whitewater area.

Idaho Rafting Whitewater

With all that Idaho’s Middle Fork and Main Salmon River have to offer it can be difficult and confusing to try to figure out which river or trip may be best for you. Some people think a 10-day Middle Fork/Main Salmon whitewater rafting trips are the best way to experience what the river and the canyon has to offer. Most tour guides will be happy to help you choose the trip that is ideal for you.

Depending on the time of the year, the weather and temperatures in Idaho and on the river will vary. You will find spring and fall temperatures in the 60—75 degree range. The summer temperatures range from 75 to the low 100’s. Water temperatures range from the 50’s in the spring and fall to the low 70s in the middle of the summer. The water and air temperatures are generally 5—10 degrees cooler on the Middle Fork, than the Main Salmon.

We hope you are able to experience a Idaho rafting whitewater rafting trip. Share all the excitement a white water river rafting trip that the Main Salmon River and or Middle Fork has to offer. A river trip is not just the whitewater but so much more.

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