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Hells Canyon Snake River

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    Idaho, United States

  • Activities

    Adventure, Rafting

  • Price
    $975 USD per trip
  • Duration

    3-6 days

  • Avg Distance

    38 miles

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    Arranged on booking

  • Starting Location

    New Meadows or McCall, ID

Highlights

  • 3-6 Days Class II, III, and IV whitewater rafting
  • 2-5 Nights luxury beach camping with delicious river meals
  • Extraordinary scenery and wildlife viewing
  • Optional hiking and kayaking
  • Exceptional smallmouth bass and sturgeon fishing

Guide

Trip Info

Everything is big in Hells Canyon. Big whitewater, big mountains and big adventure! Rising nearly 8,000 feet from the bottom of the Snake River to the peak of the Seven Devils Mountains, Hells Canyon is North America’s deepest canyon. Local Nez Perce Native American legend depicts “Coyote” digging Hells Canyon with a big stick to protect their ancestors in Oregon’s Blue Mountains from Seven Devils across the canyon in Idaho. Present-day adventurers can discover traces left behind by Aboriginal Inhabitants. Ancient Indian burial mounds, rock petroglyphs and pictographs, and rock shelters evidence a variety of cultures dating nearly 10,000 years ago. Around the turn of the century, Westward moving pioneers entered Hells Canyon and homesteaders soon followed to settle along the river and inside canyons. Relics left from the settlers include Historic Cabins and Pit Dwellings from the Chinese. The canyon is rich in History and Adventure. Our Hells Canyon Whitewater Adventure offers breathtaking views of towering canyon walls, vast meadows of wildflowers, glimpses of wildlife and some of the best Whitewater North America has to offer. Between rapids, we’ll spend time exploring the long and colorful history of the canyon. We uncover traces of past inhabitants from historic cabins and homesteads to ancient pictographs. Class III & IV rapids highlight our float through stunning scenery. Throughout the day, fishermen will have the chance to catch trout, small-mouth bass and sturgeon. While our evenings offer time to refresh, relax and get back to a slower way of life. Take the opportunity to swim, hike, fish, play bocce ball or simply relax in our riverside camp.

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