Salmon River Rafting
The Salmon River flows 425 miles, drains over 14,000 square miles and drops more than 7,000 vertical feet from its headwaters. Natural and untamed, the Salmon River is protected by Congress as one of America’s first Wild and Scenic Rivers. It has shaped its course through a rugged and diverse landscape providing unique river trips you will only experience in Idaho.
The Salmon River flows through the vast Frank Church - River of No Return Wilderness and is the second deepest gorge on the American continent. The Salmon River is divided by name into different sections, namely the Main Salmon, the Middle Fork of the Salmon River and the Lower Salmon. Any section of the Salmon River rafting is perfect for your family or group getaway with a great mixture of fun rapids, calm floats, great swimming and peaceful camping.