How will you explore the great outdoors of Idaho? Will you hike through Sawtooth National Forest, go whitewater rafting down the Salmon River, or fish to your heart’s content? Whatever you choose, you will never run out of things to do and see with all of the exciting ways to experience the Gem State! Idaho Adventures is an excellent option for those looking to grab a paddle and venture down the beautiful Salmon River! As you rumble down one of the most scenic and picturesque places in Idaho, you’ll see towering pines and ferns lining the banks all the way up to the rocky, snow-capped peaks of the Sawtooth Range. For more outdoor adventures and activities around Stanley, request our free Vacation Guide!
Your Idaho Adventures Tour
Whitewater Rafting Trips
Idaho Adventures offers a variety of whitewater rafting experiences on the “River of No Return.” Their one-day, 13-mile guided tour takes you on family fun rapids that are appropriate for all ages and skill levels. The rafting trip lasts between four to six hours and includes a riverside lunch and snacks. After you tear up the Class III and IV rapids on the Salmon River, you get the bragging rights of conquering the same waterway that set back Lewis and Clark on their expedition through the American mountain west. Rafting adventures typically run daily from April through September.
Scenic River Floats
If you’re searching for something a little easier and relaxing, try one of Idaho Adventures scenic river floats. This two-hour journey takes you along a five to six-mile stretch of the Salmon River for a nice and easy way to see the breathtaking scenery from the water. They also have an extended seven-mile tour that gives you a taste of gentle Class II rapids in addition to lunch and beverages.
Casting a line in at one of the best fishing spots in the country is always a good idea when visiting Central Idaho. With several trip offerings that include steelhead trout and chinook salmon fishing experiences, Idaho Adventures experienced guides will help you reel in the catch of the day whether you’re a beginner or a pro angler. Their half-day and full-day trips typically run from June to September depending on the type of fish.
When planning an excursion with Idaho Adventures, remember to take into account that it’s about a two-hour drive from Redfish Lake Lodge.
After discovering your inner explorer on the river, head back to one of our log cabins, suites, or lodge rooms at the Redfish Lake Lodge. You can relax in one of our unique accommodations that feature unique and rustic furnishings. Your room puts you steps away from all of the sights, smells, and sounds of the Central Idaho wilderness. Add on one of our specials to your stay like an ATV rental or horseback riding to enhance your adventure trip!
Guests from Stanley High Country Inn, Triangle C Cabins, and Redfish Riverside Inn are welcome to use our facilities here at the Redfish Lake Lodge! Don’t forget to request your free Central Idaho Vacation Guide to start planning your outdoor adventure today!