Whitewater Rafting Hells Canyon on the Snake River


Located on the border of Idaho and Oregon,

the Snake River points north and heads into the deepest canyon in North America. There the calm snaking river alternates between fun whitewater rapids and calm stretches of relaxing boating. There are no roads that cross the Snake River from Hells Canyon Dam to Lewiston, ID-over 100 miles! That means whitewater rafting in Hells Canyon is in the wilderness. No cars, no traffic, and especially no internet. It is the perfect vacation to get away from it all while spending time with old friends and new. Besides, the Snake River attractions are plentiful, so all you need is the good company. Book one of our Hells Canyon trips now!


  • Class II, III, and IV whitewater rafting: from fun and splashy to big rollercoaster style waves
  • Enjoy the hidden gem of Hells Canyon in the umpopulated remote river canyon
  • Numerous opportunities to see the scenery and wildlife. Look for bear, otters, mountain goats, deer, sheep, bald eagles, and more
  • Optional hikes through historical homesteads and gorgeous vistas. Many groups find petroglyphs that were created by folks from centuries ago
  • Kayak both the wild and tame waters of the Snake River
  • Exceptional smallmouth bass, trout, and sturgeon fishing


  • Shuttle to and from the Snake River from Cambridge, ID
  • 3-Day, 4-Day, or 5-Day Hells Canyon Trips, which include whitewater rafting, kayaking, and many other activities
  • All river and safety gear needed to participate in the Snake River attractions: oars, life jackets, boats, and more
  • Camp on the beach in luxury with freshly laundered bedding, cozy sleeping pads, and a roomy tent
  • Exquisite meals made with locally-sourced ingredients by our River Chef
  • Teas, yogurts, h