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Idaho 5-Day Whitewater Rafting Trip for Two (2) Rafters

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Idaho 5-Day Whitewater Rafting Trip for Two (2) Rafters
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Raft “The River of No Return” named by Lewis and Clark because of its mile-deep canyons and raging rapids thought to be impassable. Raft the wild whitewater of Idaho’s Main Salmon River! The Main Salmon is a premiere river which runs through the largest contiguous wilderness area in the lower 48 states. The river is famous for great rapids, beautiful sandy beaches, varied wildlife and fantastic scenery. Action Whitewater Adventures offers this five-day, four-night on the river adventure for two (2) people and includes deluxe meals, custom designed equipment and experienced professional guides. This trip will originate in Salmon, Idaho and will conclude in McCall, Idaho--transportation back to Salmon, Idaho is not included. The Main Salmon is a great trip for families and groups of friends. This trip is valid only for the 2021 season (June 18 - August 29). Additional rafters are welcome at a 10% discount off the regular price. Several SCINW chapter members have been on this trip. If you have some questions, ask Gary or Penny Tennison, they have firsthand knowledge!

Not Included in this package is a 3% forest fee plus $4.00 per day local forest retention fee. Optional accommodations package if desired: Includes lodging in Boise (double occupancy) the night before the trip starts, charter flight to Salmon, Idaho plus lodging (double occupancy) in McCall, Idaho at the end of the trip for an additional $425.00.

Contact:
Verle Duerden
Action Whitewater Adventures
P.O. Box 1634
Provo, Utah 84603
Phone:800-453-1482
Website: www.riverguide.com
Email: guideinfo@riverguide.com
We thank Verle Duerden for his donation!