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Ouzel Outfitters
Box 817
Bend, Oregon 97709
800-788-7238
Info@OregonRafting.com

LOWER SALMON RIVER TRIPS

Our four and five-day Lower Salmon River rafting trips are listed below. The Lower Gorges of Idaho’s famous Salmon River offers big splashy rapids, warm clear water, and beautiful white-sand beaches set in one of North America's deepest and most dramatic river canyons. The gentle nature of the river and the beautiful beaches make this a favorite for families. NOTE: Early July trips may be subject to special high-water considerations.

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Lower Salmon River Rafting Trip - 4 Days
Price Minimum Age Difficulty More Details
Adults: $925.00
Youth: $829.00 (12 and Under)
7 (and 50 lbs.) Class III (moderate)
Our four-day trip through the Lower Gorges of Idaho’s Salmon River offers plenty of sunshine, big splashy rapids, warm water and a camping experience second to none. The big sandy beaches are perfect for swimming, games and activities - not to mention plenty of space for the most comfortable camps on the river. The Lower Salmon is an ideal setting for families with young kids, professional groups or anyone looking to get away for a few days. Paddle the rapids, swim and play during the day and in the evenings enjoy the dramatic canyon scenery and a stunning star-studded sky.
 
Lower Salmon River Rafting Trip - 5 Days
Price Minimum Age Difficulty More Details
Adults: $1,029.00
Youth: $979.00 (12 and Under)
7 (and 50 lbs.) Class III (moderate)
A five-day trip on the Lower Salmon covers the same section of river as our four-day trip, but allows an extra day to enjoy the sunshine, big splashy rapids, warm water, dramatic canyon scenery and outstanding beaches. For many, five days and four nights is the perfect amount of time to spend on the river -- especially later in the summer when the river is lower and slower, the water is warmer and temptation to linger is irresistible.
 
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