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An adventure down 104 miles of America's most exciting rivers (+ a dozen hot springs).



Dates + Info

Experience start:

Monday, May 28th - Fly into Boise, ID, arriving by 2pm. Travel to Stanley, ID, and stay the night.

Tuesday, May 29th: AM put-in on river

Sunday, June 3rd: Take-out from river, travel to Challis, ID, and stay the night.

Monday, June 4th: Drive back to Boise, ID in time for afternoon flights


$1400 per person, all inclusive of transportation to the river, boats, gear including wetsuits, permits, food, roundtrip transportation from Boise, ID to river put-in and take-out, including flights (if necessary due to high water). 

Cost does not include: camping equipment rental, alcohol (BYOB), meals off the river


To Boise, Idaho From $200 Round trip: NYC, SF, LA, DEN, CHI


The Middle Fork of Idaho's Salmon River runs 104 miles through one of America's most beautiful National Wildernesses. 

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The Middle Fork is famous for its half dozen hot springs, ranging from "just right" to "wow, that's hot". The perfect way to end a long day on the river. 


After a full day of running the river, we'll camp out on the banks. We'll all share in cooking, cleaning, setting up and breaking down camp. 


One of the most epic sections of whitewater, in the United States, with class III to IV+ rapids. 

This is an adventurous trip. Whitewater experience is not required, but you should be at least an intermediate swimmer and in good overall physical condition. Our boats will be captained by experienced river boatsmen and women, and all members will be welcome to row through calm sections and rapids alike. 

Late May is the start of the season for the Middle Fork, and temperatures will range from 70 degrees during the day to the low 40s at night. Accordingly, you'll want clothing and gear to ensure your comfort throughout. Camping equipment is not included, but we can help you rent if necessary. A full suggested list will be sent out in March. 


Does a week long expedition down the Middle Fork catch your eye?