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8 Reasons why you need to see Hells Canyon | Hells Canyon Rafting Blog 1. It’s the deepest canyon in North America! 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...

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Why Go Rafting in Hells Canyon?

Why Go Rafting in Hells Canyon?


Posted By on Nov 14, 2018

Idaho?! Aren’t there a lot of potatoes there??? Yup, you got us. The southern half of the state is great potato growing country and we are proud of it. I mean, who doesn’t love fresh french fries?!? The northern half of Idaho? Chock full of mountainous wilderness, rushing rivers, and massive swaths of national forests. Did you know that Idaho has 3,100 miles of raft-able whitewater rivers!? And 107,651 miles of rivers in...

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Whitewater Rafting in Hells Canyon

Whitewater Rafting in Hells Canyon


Posted By on Jun 14, 2018

Waking up in the bottom of the deepest canyon in North America is wondrous. Before the sun peaks over the towering canyon walls in Hells Canyon, the smell of coffee brewing floats into the tent on the warm morning air. After rolling off the cushy sleeping pad and out of the warm sleeping bag, you make your way down the sandy path to the river kitchen. There waiting is the largest pot of coffee you’ve ever seen and some fresh Idaho...

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  8 Reasons To Go Overnight Whitewater Rafting   1) Get away from it all.   No bosses calling, emails buzzing, or morning alarms. There’s no cell service on the Snake River and Salmon River and that means it’s a great time to decompress and take a break from modern life. Wake with the sun, sleep with the stars, and raft when it’s nice and hot.   2) Bond with your friends, kids, brother,...

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We just returned yesterday from a 3-day Hells Canyon trip. We had a great time, great weather and great guests- you could say we are pretty grateful for our work and our public lands in which we get to recreate. Spring time in Hells Canyon means many things: wildflowers, cool mornings, hot afternoons, blossoms, high water, snake river fishing, solitude, serenity and the list goes on. Spring is one of our favorite seasons for boating-...

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Sometimes I feel like the Salmon River experience is often forgotten about, or Hells Canyon shines a little brighter than the Salmon. Perhaps that’s because of the Hells Canyon’s fame or it’s depth, or it’s elusiveness, I’m not sure. But, that doesn’t mean that the Salmon River experience should be any less talked about or bragged on, but maybe that’s why I love it so much, it’s sort of...

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