Idaho river rafting can be one the most memorable experiences of a lifetime. Unlike a vacation or camping trip, Idaho rafting offers a first hand view of the Idaho back country that few people ever get to see. Family vacations with teens and even couples’ getaways take on new life when winding through a picturesque mountainous countryside or gliding through centuries old alpine forests on a raft. Idaho’s majestic beauty shines through around every bend and the sights and sounds of a rafting experience leave a lasting memory for everyone.
Western River Expeditions offers a great assortment of Idaho river rafting trips and has thousands of satisfied customers to prove it. Accomodating all levels of rafting skill, Western River offers four to six day adventures on the Salmon River, Snake River and Middle Fork of the Salmon River. Western works with partners in Idaho that meet their exacting standards. They have the best gear in the business and the most experienced guides trained in first aid, river navigation and even culinary skills to make your rafting experience like no other vacation you’ve been on. These Idaho rafting expeditions are all inclusive and offer everything from all of your camping gear to three amazing meals prepared for you each day. You can check for availability and order a free DVD or 2010 trip brochure on the Western River website, as well as receive the latest details on each river adventure.
Snake River is home to some of the largest whitewater rapids in the Pacific Northwest, breathtaking mountain vistas and a host of wildlife including eagles. The Salmon River offers all of the scenery, camping and wild beauty of the Frank Church, River of No Return Wilderness. The Salmon River adventures are great for family vacations with teens or children and make a great first rafting experience. Middle Fork is one of the favorites among whitewater enthusiasts and actually boasts “over 100 rapids in 100 miles.”
More than 100 whitewater rapids, natural hot springs, waterfalls and camping in gorgeous mountain meadows.