Rivers & Trips

  • Lochsa River Full Day

    When spring arrives and the rivers in Idaho start to swell with run-off, passionate river runners and those looking for a world-class whitewater adventure, partake in the annual pilgrimage to the Lochsa River.  Spring-time trips on the Lochsa take adventurous floaters down a canyon surrounded by incredible scenery and a river filled with clear mountain water and action packed miles of rapids.  This trip is not for the faint of heart but rather a must do right of passage for anyone who claims to enjoy whitewater rafting.  The trip is so beloved that the annual Lochsa festival brings together experts and novices for a celebration of spring, rafting, life, and thrill.  

  • St. Joe Half Day - Full Day

    The "Shadowy" St. Joe River flows down the western slopes of the Bitterroot Mountain Range from it's headwaters at St. Joe Lake near the Idaho/ Montana state line.

    The upper portion of the St. Joe River was Congressionally designated as a Wild and Scenic River in 1978; designating the portion of the St. Joe River from North Fork of the St. Joe River to Spruce Tree Campground (39.7 miles) as a Recreational River and the segment from Spruce Tree Campground to St. Joe Lake (26.6 miles) as a Wild River.  The Recreational portion of the river provides multiple vehicle access opportunities and developed campgrounds.  Above Spruce Tree Campground the Wild portion of the St. Joe River is accessible only by non-motorized travel, with Trail 48 following the river to Heller Creek Campground.

    The St. Joe River offers a variety of recreational opportunites, such as fly fishing, floating, camping, hiking, horseback riding and backpacking.