Idaho Adventure Travel
Remote, rugged, refreshing, rejuvenating and relaxing… are you ready?
Feel your adrenaline rise, your heart race, your muscles tense, and the splash of cool water on your face as you sit snug atop a raft swiftly floating down a class III rapid, on a river with the elusive title of "The River of No Return." Paddle your way on this 60-mile, five-day rafting trip, down Idaho’s Salmon River. It includes both adventure and relaxation, through the brilliant landscape of the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness Area.
|Idaho Family | Salmon River Raft
Family rafting trips with the leaders in family adventure vacations. Roar in the rapids, relax on the beaches and refresh by the campfire with s'mores, stars and stories after a day's adventure.
Why Choose a Idaho Adventure Vacation?
The adventures on our Idaho vacations don’t stop at the shoreline. Find yourself hiking remote trails through plush forest, playing volleyball on the beaches or horseshoes nearby, swimming in the warm river, fishing for a variety of trout, a mountain white fish or even a sockeye salmon. All while learning fascinating historical facts about Native Americans and the wilderness they lived in. Spend your days filled with all of these great activates, before exchanging stories around a campfire while eating one too many s’mores and resting your sleepy eyes beneath a star-filled sky.
Simply put, this trip offers adventure, solitude, awe-inspiring scenery and a way to connect with nature, while having a blast. You’ll do far more than get your feet wet and have the time of your life doing it!
More on our Idaho Vacation Packages
- With its 425 miles of free flowing water, the Salmon River is the longest free flowing river in one state among the lower 48.
- The granite-walled canyons, which the Salmon River flows through, is one-fifth of a mile higher than the Grand Canyon and was created approximately 65 million years ago.
- Evidence shows humans lived along the river around 8,000 years ago.
- The Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness Area covers 1.3 million acres and is the largest contiguous wilderness area in the Continental United States.
- This rough canyon provides habitat for an abundant variety of wildlife, including: bighorn sheep, mule and white-tailed deer, elk, mountain goats, black bear, and moose.