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We can't wait to take you down the river!

Journey down the class II-III Snake River with stunning canyon scenery, calm stretches, and fun rapids. Experience the two biggest waves on the river, Big Kahuna and Lunchcounter, named by the legendary Dave Hansen. Your guide will teach you how to sit, paddle, and stroke as you laugh down the Snake. A guaranteed good time, rain or shine!

What to Expect

8 Mile Whitewater Rafting Trip (Standard Raft)

Duration
3.5 Hours
Comfort
Exciting
Skill
Beginner
110
Adult
95
Kids (6-12)

The 8 mile whitewater stretch through the Snake River Canyon takes you through mix of calm sections where you'll be able to take in the scenery and wildlife, and exciting rapids where you're more than likely to get a little wet. Our custom made, state of the art Aire rafts can hold up to 16 people, but usually have 14-16 people in them, with 8-10 paddle spots in each boat. Learn What to Expect or Read FAQs

* Private Standard Rafts can be reserved by booking all 16 spots in the raft.

8 Mile Whitewater Rafting Trip (8 Person Raft)

Duration
3.5 Hours
Comfort
Adventurous
Skill
Beginner
125
Adults and Kids

The 8 mile whitewater stretch through the Snake River Canyon takes you through mix of calm sections where you'll be able to take in the scenery and wildlife, and exciting rapids. On this smaller 8 person raft your paddling skills will be put to the test as your guide leads you into the big waves of Kahuna and Lunch Counter, so be prepared to paddle hard and have a blast getting soaked! Learn What to Expect or Read FAQs

Private 8 Person Rafts can be reserved by booking all 8 spots in the raft.

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The legendary Snake River in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

The Snake, which is designated a Wild and Scenic River by Congress, is the largest tributary to the Columbia. It begins its 1,078-mile journey in Yellowstone, then flows southward right through the heart of Grand Teton National Park. Elk, deer, and moose may be spotted on the river’s edge and it’s a daily occurrence to witness bald eagles gracefully fishing for their breakfasts from the treetops. After winding through a stretch of ranch lands, the river morphs into a different beast as it enters the Snake River Canyon. For eight miles, steep walls funnel the river into a ribbon of whitewater dotted with Class II and III rapids. With names like Lunch Counter, Double Draw and Big Kahuna, the foamy rapids and roaring spray of the Snake River Canyon make this area a favorite spot for boaters seeking a challenge.

The best guides on the river.

Our river guides work their Chacos off to make sure you have a fantastic adventure. With big hearts and big smiles, our lively river guides will keep you laughing through every twist and turn on the Snake River. Every river guide completes the Dave Hansen Guide School which provides rigorous, hands-on river safety and river ecology training.

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