If you’re into adventure travel, you may already know about Idaho’s legendary Middle Fork of the Salmon River.
You’ve seen it in those “world’s top ten river rafting trips” lists (see articles page).
100 miles of crystal clear water, winding through the largest wilderness in the lower U.S.
Don’t let another summer flow by without seeing this pristine region of Idaho. Come see why Idaho’s Middle Fork Salmon River is not only in the world’s Top Ten, but is one of America’s two most popular whitewater river rafting vacations.
It’s not just the whitewater rafting thrills. World-famous trout fishing, wildlife, and scenic grandeur has drawn dignitaries, celebrities and journalists to experience adventure on the Middle Fork of the Salmon River from all over the world.
Idaho whitewater rafting trips down the Middle Fork of the Salmon River with Adventure Sun Valley also offer gourmet touches and pampering (see Pampered Camping info pages), as well as memorable Idaho wilderness adventure vacations for groups or families to experience together. Throughout your 5-6 day river trip, we’ll wind through pristine forest and canyons, often spotting wildlife such as bighorn sheep, otters, bear, deer, eagles, and many more. Your guides will stop to allow for intriguing visits to native-American pictographs, hot springs and waterfalls, as well as early miners’ and homesteaders’ sites. There’s always time for photographing wildlife ad geological wonders, fishing, swimming, or just kicking back with a favorite book, friend, or hobby.
Our licensed and professional guides are at your disposal and, if asked, will cheerfully lead informative nature hikes, share fascinating tales of Middle Fork history and geology, set up a game of horseshoes in camp, or emcee a “talent” show!
River rafting vacations with so much to offer have our guests returning time and again. Click here to read a day by day “rafter’s journal/trip diary,” or keep scrolling to read articles with detailed descriptions of Middle Fork Salmon River float trips.
“At this time of year, the fish rise to dry flies all day long. And it’s quite common for an experienced angler to catch more than 100 fish in the 102-mile journey. The Middle Fork of the Salmon also offers some of the best whitewater rafting on the planet.”