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5 Reasons to Go on a Hells Canyon Rafting Trip | Hells Canyon Rafting Blog 1. Go on an adventure Try something different. Explore a new place. Test out a new activity. Hells Canyon Rafting Trips are a perfect way to get the whole family or group of friends rafting, kayaking, fishing and hiking with knowledgeable guides to show you the way. 2. Get into the outdoors The average American only spends 7% of their life outdoors!...

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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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5 Reasons why it’s good to go on Adventure Vacations There’s something about adventure trip vacations that a beach or city vacation just can’t provide. Here are the 5 reasons we think Idaho whitewater rafting trips are the absolute best kind of vacation around. 1. You can challenge yourself. Push through your fears. Hike that mountain. Raft that whitewater. Kayak that rapid. See what you are capable of, because...

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1. How to live without electronics Everybody probably spends a little too much time looking at screens. Rafting trips provide the best break from all that technology. Unplugging and going into the wilderness with family and friends can really show anyone how much technology in involved in their day to day life whether positively or negatively. 2. History (without calling it history) Hells Canyon is full of history from Native...

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1. Drink water. More…more…no more. Yeah, yeah, yeah. You hear this all the time, but there is seriously no better way to keep smiles on faces and energy high than a group of hydrated rafters. It pretty much boils down to this: playing outside takes a lot out of you, especially while on a Hells Canyon Rafting Trip. Being outside in the sunny wilderness for days with a drying Idaho breeze sucks a lot of moisture from anyone,...

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Hells Canyon Rafting

Hells Canyon Rafting


Posted By on Dec 31, 2018

HELLS CANYON RAFTING   The Snake River begins in Yellowstone National Park in northwest Wyoming. It runs first south, then west across all of southern Idaho. Once the Snake River touches Oregon it starts to head north into the deepest canyon in North America, Hells Canyon. The Snake River continues running north through Hells Canyon marking the border between Oregon and Idaho.   Hells Canyon rafting is possible year round,...

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