$299 per person
10–19 people - 10% off
20–29 people - 20%off
30+ - 30% off
Ride the rapids before you tie the knot! Bring your closest friends on an overnight adventure. Bachelor parties are accompanied by a male guide and bachelorette parties by a female guide. Come experience fantastic food and raging whitewater while you make memories that will last a lifetime.
- $299 per person
- Includes all meals and transportation from Riggins or McCall.
Nothing compares to a reunion on the Salmon. Trips are safe for the whole family and we don’t mix your group with other rafters. We’ll customize meals to your taste, too. Come reconnect with mother nature—and with each other.
Group discounts start with 10 people:
10–19 people - 10% off
20–29 people - 20% off
30+ - 30% off
Ride the Salmon River with just your friends and family. Experience four days of quality time on the Lower Salmon stretch without any distractions—we won’t mix your group with any other rafters. Please call for pricing.
- All trips leave from and return to our office at 1002 S. Main St. in Riggins, ID.
- There is a 2-person minimum for our trips.
- Gratuity is greatly appreciated if you feel your guide made your trip exceptional.
The Legendary Salmon River
Perfect for newcomers and experienced rafters alike, the Salmon River is the longest stretch of free flowing water in the lower 48 states. It drifts past miles of breathtaking mountains and craggy cliffs with world-famous roller coaster rapids. It offers some of the best rafting in Idaho—and some of its best white sand beaches. The Salmon is steeped in history too, and is home to Native American pictographs, old Chinese miner cabins and much more. Lewis and Clark named it the “River of no Return” because of its untamed waters and unforgettable beauty.
WHERE TO STAY
For all overnight rafting trips, lodging is available at the Salmon Rapids Lodge. We’re located in front of the lodge. If you stay there, mention you are rafting with H2O Idaho for an outfitter’s discount! You can reach the lodge at 1-877-957-2743.
GEAR LIST – MULTI-DAY RAFT TRIP
The following lists include the gear you will need to bring and the gear we provide. Keep in mind layering clothing is good help to maximize your comfort. The boats have dry storage that can be used to keep compact cameras, sunscreen and any other small personal items you will want easy access to. (Video cameras, if brought, need to be sturdy and compact size.)
WHAT TO BRING ON THE RIVER - SUGGESTED GEAR
- Sun Protection
- Waterproof sunscreen
- Sunscreen lip balm
- Sunglasses w/straps
- Cap or visor
- Swimming suit and/or shorts (quick drying material)
- River shoes (sandals w/heel straps or sneakers)
- Jacket & pants (polypropylene, polar fleece, wool), materials that provide warmth when wet. Cotton is not recommended, as it will cool the body when wet.
- Camera and film (a disposable waterproof camera works well)
- Prescription Drugs, allergy medicines, etc., or any special dietary needs (packed to handle bumps). These will be carried in dry bags, accessible at all times.
- A 15%-20% gratuity is standard for quality guide service
WHAT TO BRING FOR CAMP - SUGGESTED GEAR
- Light-weight pants and top
- Nylon jacket and pants
- Camp shoes (athletic type shoe)
- Towel & Toiletry items
- Small flashlight w/extra batteries
- Your favorite evening beverages (please check w/us about glass containers)
- We provide tents and sleeping bags but you're welcome to bring your own
- Please…No guns, dogs, stereos or cell phones
- Travel insurance is recommended
- For early season floats or you cold-blooded people…
- Polypro long underwear (tops and bottoms)
- Polypro/fleece/or wool cap, gloves or mitts and socks
H2O IDAHO PROVIDES…
- Hearty meals beginning on the first day w/lunch and ending w/lunch on the last day of the trip
- Complimentary glass of wine at dinner
- Bottled water, Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite, Dr. Pepper, juices and snacks
- Eating utensils (cups, silverware, plates)
- Ice for beverages
- Quality whitewater life jackets
- Wetsuits, booties, splash jackets, fleece jackets and rain gear if needed
- Sleeping bags and pillows
- Comfortable self-inflating sleeping pads
- Camp chairs and kitchen tables
- First aid supplies