Mar 5, 2020
The Middle Fork of the Salmon River in central Idaho is one of the earliest designated Wild and Scenic Rivers in the US and is considered the crown jewel of the system.
The Salmon River flows through the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness Area.The river flows through a steep canyon with 7000’ of vertical drop, making it deeper than the Grand Canyon.
Last summer, I joined a dozen other ladies, soon to be friends, on a week long rafting and boating trip down this remote, untouched absolutely stunning wilderness where there is no electricity, no cell phones, not even a road or building for more than 2 million square acres!
It’s just us, a dory aka paddle boat for those who choose not to raft, and three rafts for those that do, plus four very skilled female guides and a supply raft with two crew.
So picture this: it’s just us and the pines, the canyons and the eagles, and of course the river.
Get more details, see photos and videos of this remarkable rafting adventure!