Rafting In McCall, Idaho
Enjoy Rafting in McCall, Idaho for as low as $895 per person. Rate: Hells Canyon, 3-days, 34 miles: May 19 - 29, 2017 and June 1, 2017 • Adult: $895 • Youth: $780 Hells Canyon, 3-days, 34 miles: June 6 - 30, 2017, July 3 - 16, 2017, July 27, 2017, August 1, 2017, August 12, 2017, August 20, 2017, August 28, 2017, September 2, 5, 10, 16, 2017 • Adult: $1,025 • Youth: $860 Hells Canyon, 3-days, 34 miles: July 19, 24, 2017, August 4, 9, 17, 25, 2017, September 2 and 5, 2017 • Adult: $1290 • Youth: $1,115 Hells Canyon, 4 days, 81 miles: May 24, 2017, and June 1-14, 2017 • Adult: $1,095 • Youth: $985 Hells Canyon, 4 days, 81 miles: June 17 - 25, 2017 • Adult: $1,290 • Youth: $1,115 Salmon River Canyons (4 days): July 4 - 28, 2017 and August 8 - 24, 2017 (4 days) • Adult: $1,290 • Youth: $890 Salmon River Canyons (5 days): July 3-18, 2017 and August 2 - 29, 2017 • Adult: $1,485 • Youth: $1,035 Hells Canyon Sportsman Trip: September 15, 22 and 29, 2017 • Adult: $1,580 • Youth: $1,380 Snake River Fishing Exclusive • 3 days: $1,145 • 4 days: $1,495 • 5 days: $1,695 What You Can Expect: Hells Canyon, 3-days, 34 miles These rafting trips take you through the heart of Hells Canyon which straddles the border between Idaho and Oregon. You will run most of the major rapids and travel through the deepest section of Hells Canyon. 3-days makes for a great get away, while a 4-day trip allows you to spend one extra day enjoying the canyon, hiking, and fishing. Hells Canyon, 4 days, 81 miles An Ideal Family Vacation. During May and June, the river flow is higher and faster which allows us to do the entire 81 miles in 4 days. There is still plenty of time for hiking, fishing, and exploring abandoned homesteads. This is a great way to see the entire river without committing to a longer Hells Canyon, 5 / 6 days, 81 Miles A 5-day trip is a great pace to see the entire canyon during the heart of the summer. A 6-day trip allows one more night and day of full immersion in the canyon. Spend days running rapids, fishing, hiking, relaxing, or trying your hand at an inflatable kayak. You will have time to do it all on a 5 or 6-day trip. Salmon River Canyons, 4 days, 62 miles On this idyllic family trip, you can expect your first class guide to play freeze tag with the kids on the beach, prepare gourmet meals, and guide you safely through the whitewater. Our program for kids will keep them entertained and amazed. They might even learn about geology or the Nez Perce Indian tribe. Salmon River Canyons, 5 days, 73 miles On this idyllic family trip, you can expect your first class guide to play freeze tag with the kids on the beach, prepare gourmet meals, and guide you safely through the whitewater. Our program for kids will keep them entertained and amazed. They might even learn about geology or the Nez Perce Indian tribe. If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.
- Captain is optional.
- You decide if you would like to book with or without a captain.
- 6 guests
- Boards & Paddles
Owner:Heidi and Kurt
Heidi and Kurt met on the ski slopes of Utah, while Heidi was attending the University of Utah. Kurt managed a children’s ski school and Heidi was his prized instructor. In 1996 they took over the Armacost family business, where Kurt started guiding at the age of 16. During the early years Kurt would row the gear boat and follow his dad down the river. Heidi now manages the office, while balancing two amazing future guides. Both of them have degrees from the University of Utah. At last count Kurt has logged over 500 trips in Hells Canyon. “It never gets old going to the best office in the world”. Family -time consists of river trips, camping, teaching two little girls how to fish. In the winter they never miss a weekend at the local ski resort.
Features & Details
- Life jackets/required safety gear
You’ll get directions for the exact departure location when you make a booking inquiry.
Full refund up to 5 days prior.
Additional Terms & Information
Frequently Asked Questions Can I bring a cell phone or satellite phone Cell phones will not work. We brings a satellite telephone on all trips for emergencies only. There are companies that rent satellite telephones by the week. If you decide to bring a personal satellite phone it should be used away from camp and with discretion towards the other guests. Valuables Please plan to leave expensive jewelry and watches at home. If you have a car it is okay to leave things behind locked in the trunk. It is a good idea to have ID and a major credit card with you in the event of an emergency evacuation due to injury. This very seldom happens, but we want you to be prepared. You may also want to have cash or checks for guide gratuities at the end of the trip. Is it appropriate to tip the guides Gratuities for guides are greatly appreciated and at your discretion, as a gesture for their professionalism and service. Usually the gratuity is given to the trip leader and later divided equally amongst the crew. A suggested per-person guideline is around 5-10% of the total trip price. How should I dress on the river and in camp We will provide you with a complete packing list before the trip. Most days it is suitable to wear shorts, t-shirts, hats and sunglasses with plenty of sunscreen. While floating, we provide top of the line comfortable PFD’s to wear. It is nice to have a long sleeved shirt with a high collar to protect your neck, and pants just in-case you want to cover up. In camp you can change into dry clothing that is comfortable to you. The guides always “dress” for dinner. You are welcome to bring Hawaiian shirts, or skirts and join in. Salmon River Canyons What class are the rapids The Salmon River Canyons is considered a class III river. The Salmon River is a large volume pool and drop type river. I want to fish on the trip, what about gear and licenses The fishing is great. Mostly we catch small mouth bass, and trout. We also fish for the the white sturgeon which can reach up to 10 feet long. How is the weather Starting in mid-June through late August daytime temperatures range between the 80′s to high 90′s; at night cooling down into the 60′s and 70′s. The Salmon River is a desert climate and rarely receives rain during the summer months. We can experience a quick, thunderstorm once and awhile. There is nothing like hearing the thunder rolling through the canyon. What Length of Trip is Best for you This trip earned its name because of the 4 distinct “Canyons” that we float through, thus “Salmon River Canyon’s” A 5-day trip will take you 73 miles down river through Green, Snowhole, Cougar, and Blue Canyon A 4-day trip puts in just below Green Canyon and travels 62 miles.