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Meet in Cambridge, ID

Meet in Cambridge, ID

There are many travel options to consider in planning your Hells Canyon rafting vacation.

HOW TO GET TO CAMBRIDGE, ID Fly directly to Boise, ID (BOI), catch the shuttle provided by ROW Adventures at 4:30 pm on the afternoon prior to your scheduled launch. A bus or van from Harlow’s Shuttle Service will meet you for the two hour drive to the Frontier Motel in Cambridge.

Fly to Boise, rent a car, drive 2 hours to Cambridge, ID.

Drive your personal vehicle directly to Cambridge, ID.

WHERE AND WHEN TO MEET Once in Cambridge, you will meet at the Frontier Motel, 240 S Superior St, at 7:30 PM (MST) for an important one hour orientation meeting to answer any last questions. There you will receive your waterproof gear bags. Enjoy dinner in Cambridge on your own.

Post Trip Travel Information »

Your river trip ends at Heller Bar where you begin a short bus ride into Lewiston, ID arriving around 5 pm. You will be ready for a hot shower before meeting your guides and group for a farewell dinner hosted by ROW Adventures.

Hotel arrangements will have been made for you at the Red Lion Hotel, 621 21st St, Lewiston, ID after your trip. The Red Lion offers free airport shuttle service to the Lewiston Airport (LWS). The Spokane, Washington Int’nl Airport (GEG) is also an option just 2 hours from Lewiston.

What to do in Boise, ID

Downtown Boise »

Before your trip on the Snake River in Hells Canyon, you might want to explore Boise, capital of Idaho. Known as the "City of Trees," Boise is nested against the foothills of the Rocky Mountains with a clear river meandering through its center.

Downtown Boise (about 10 minutes from the airport) is not a large area and encourages exploration by foot. There are numerous historic buildings, lots of shopping and endless eating establishments.

Julia Davis Park »

At Julia Davis Park you'll find a number of attractions. Here you can board the Boise Tour Train which has three open passenger cars pulled by a replica of an 1890 puff-belly engine. This train will take you through historic districts, shopping areas and modern corporate centers.

In Julia Davis Park, you will also find the excellent Idaho State Historical Museum.

Discovery Center of Idaho »

The Discovery Center of Idaho features interactive educational exhibits for children and adults of all ages. With rotating exhibits the fun is always constantly changing!

World Center for Birds of Prey »

Bird lovers should visit the World Center for Birds of Prey where you can explore the fascinating world of raptors with an expert guide. Groups experience a live bird presentation, and meet a host of live falcons, hawks, eagles, owls, and vultures. The focus of the tour is placed on the conservation of birds of prey and their habitats.

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