The River of No Return

Idaho’s Wild and Scenic Salmon River cuts through the heart of the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness, the largest wilderness in the lower 48 states. The most massive river in Idaho and one of the largest in North America, the Salmon wends its way through the second deepest canyon on the continent. It passes through 85 miles of remote wilderness, and is a world-renown river adventure, offering one a unique chance to disconnect from civilization and become immersed in a virtually untouched natural wonder.

The Salmon is at once remote and wild in its setting and idyllic in its character. Its flow is defined by large rollercoaster rapids and intermittent stretches of serene flatwater punctuated by deep green pools and inspiring canyon walls. Its banks are graced with expansive, white sandy beaches for unbelievable overnight camping experiences and relaxing midday angles of repose.

Rafting the River of No Return

The Salmon River truly caters to all levels of river runner, beckoning with options that run from wild to inviting, stimulating to relaxing and everything in between. This is the ideal trip for the greenhorn to the expert whether it be a gathering of friends, a young family, or a multi-generational group. Running the Salmon is an experience, which will forge bonds and create memories that will last a lifetime.

For anyone seeking to disconnect from the world and reconnect with nature and the closest of friends and family, the Salmon River stands as the benchmark of adventure on one of the premier wilderness rivers on earth.