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1. It’s the deepest canyon in North America!

Tent camping in the beautiful Hells Canyon on the Snake River during a multiday rafting trip.

No lie. It’s almost 2000 feet deeper than the Grand Canyon!

2. It’s an absolute hidden gem

No many people are aware of Hells Canyon hiding deep in the border of Idaho and Oregon. It’s always been a quiet area and with that huge 125 mile long canyon blocking all roads and bridges it’s easy to see why.

3. It’s highly regulated, which mean it’s quiet and protected.

A man fishes on a beautiful day on a Hells Canyon Whitewater Rafting Trip on the Snake River

Only a certain amount of rafts and jet boats can be in Hells Canyon in the summer. This makes for an absolutely serene canyon. There’s no fighting for camps or overcrowded river corridors. It’s just absolutely stunning nature seen the way it should be, with just a few friends or family.

4. There is a ton of wildlife

From bald eagles, to black bears. Big horn sheep to white mountain goats. Otters to osprey. There’s always an animal to look out for and most trips we find them.

5. The fishing is great!

HellsCanyon Rafting Trips: whitewater rafting and fishing on the Snake River
Hells Canyon Rafting: whitewater rafting trips on the Snake River.

Hells Canyon is so remote that it is not over-fished. There is g