Yellowstone Flood Update
Howdy, y’all. As you can imagine, we are getting flooded (pun intended) with questions and inquiries about how the Yellowstone flood has affected the Snake River, the Jackson Hole area, and our rafting operations. Our hearts go out to the Yellowstone community and ecosystem and we are very thankful that the catastrophic flooding that hit much of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem did NOT affect the Jackson Hole area. To follow Yellowstone flood recovery and updates from the National Park Service, please visit this link.
The Snake River is currently experiencing normal water levels and spring runoff for this time of year. All of our trips are running as scheduled.
If you have any questions, please give us a call at 307-733-6295 and we are looking forward to a summer of hooting, hollering, and splashing our way down the river with you!
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