Our multi-day river trips in Idaho are a real treat! The morning of your first day, we’ll meet at our headquarters in Lowman where you will receive your whitewater gear, get signed in and briefed on the plan. After that we’ll shuttle your vehicles down to our riverside camp which is 5 miles from our HQ. Your vehicles will be parked about 350 feet above camp. At this time, you will load up in our van and go upriver.
Begin your first day on the Kirkham section which is known for it’s scenery, hotsprings and most importantly the rafting. Expect to float into our private camp by 3:30-4:00. You can access your car from camp, gather your personals and settle into your tents.
Words cannot express how beautiful our beach camp is! In other words, it’s a real must see! All camping equipment is provided for multi-day river trips in Idaho. This allows you to relax after a great day on the river while playing bocce ball and horseshoes or trying your luck at slackline. We will have a variety of beverages to enjoy while your guides create a lovely appetizer, delicious dinner and most importantly, mouthwatering dutch oven brownies. After dinner enjoy guitars by the fire or retire to your cozy tent and let the river lull you to sleep.
Day two is a special one and makes this on of the best river trips in Idaho. Hot beverage in addition to fruit & juice will be ready at 8:00 and a whitewater worthy breakfast at 9:00. Rafts will depart off our camp’s beach onto the Canyon section at 10:00. You will return to our set camp for more delicious food and a great nights sleep.
Your 3rd day on the river is a repeat of the Canyon section because it’s that much fun!
On that 3rd afternoon, you will return to your cars around 3:00.
Best rafting trip I’ve been on in Idaho. Our guide Ewan was informative and funny. Scenery was incredible, and this is now our go to company for rafting trips when family comes to town.
– Don Griner
Outstanding outfit. Friendly bunch. Lee was our guide. Super solid with a lot of knowledge regarding the area. We’ll be back to attack the canyons someday soon. Thanks guys!
– Aaron Toews