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Multi-Day Whitewater Rafting

Experience the very best of Idaho on the Wild and Scenic Salmon River!

Spend 3 days unplugged on this trip down the Salmon River, while our experienced guides handle all of the details.

Multi-Day River Trip

  • River Rating: Class I-III
  • Minimum Age: 6 (depending upon water levels)
  • Length: 3 days, approximately 38 miles
  • Includes: Camping, meals, and equipment
  • 2024 Dates: 
    • July 5-7
    • July 12-14
    • July 19-21
    • July 26-28
    • Aug 2-4
    • Aug 9-11
    • Aug 16- 18
    • Call to book your own dates!
  • From: $999 per person
Learn the skills to do a multi-day river trip; rowing, rigging, safety, meal preparation and clean up, toilet systems, etc.

Learn to Row & Rig Course

  • River Rating: Class I-III
  • Minimum Age: 16 (Minor must be accompanied by an adult)
  • Length: 4 days
  • Includes: Camping, meals, and equipment
  • From: $1399 per person
Enjoy a 3 day river trip down the Salmon River with the ladies, guided by ladies and learn all the necessary skills for doing your own river trip!

Women’s Learn to Row & Rig Course

  • River Rating: Class I-III
  • Minimum Age: 16 (must be accompanied by adult)
  • Length: 4 days
  • Includes: Camping, meals, and equipment
  • From: $1399 per person

Adventures like no other.

Book today and experience the Salmon River.

Why the Salmon

The Salmon River, also known as "The River of No Return," is the longest free flowing river in the lower 48. The Salmon’s headwaters are in the mountains of south central Idaho, and the river runs about 420 miles until it reaches its confluence with the Snake River along the Oregon border. In 1980, the Salmon River received the “Wild and Scenic” designation from the US Department of the Interior. Less than .05% of the rivers in the US have received this designation. When you visit a “Wild and Scenic River” you can expect a quality river experience. From the crystal-clear water, to the abundant wildlife, you have a river actively preserved in its natural form.
The 45 miles of the Salmon River from North Fork to the Corn Creek, includes various classes of whitewater. From the calm waters of class I, to the thrilling whitewater of class IV, SRAC offers something for everyone. If you have always wanted to try something new, this is a great environment to try rowing a raft, SUP or paddling a kayak.

Image of rafts on a multi-day trip on the river


Our team has an unparalleled passion for whitewater and our collective goal is to develop lifelong river runners and avid whitewater professionals. With the help of our experienced, professionally trained instructors, you can feel confident in your ability to take your skills to the next level. Or discover the true excitement of running a rapid for your first time!