Please check in to our office at 335 N. Cache in Jackson 15 minutes before your trip time. After checking in you will have access to restrooms and dressing rooms to prepare for your trip. Once your bus departs our office, it takes about 15 minutes to reach the "put-in" at the Wilson Bridge Ramp on the Snake River. There are pit toilets at the ramp. After your ramp orientation, you will launch and begin your 13-mile trip on the river. Halfway through your trip, your guide will stop at a midstream island and serve a picnic lunch. These 13 miles can take anywhere from an hour and a half to over two hours late in the season, depending on flows. Once at the take-out you load the bus and return home to our office in Jackson, about 20 minutes, Total round-trip time is 3-4 hours.Rarely, river condidtions do not allow for picnic stop on river. In that case, lunch is served at our office.
- Mobile Voucher Accepted
- Hotel pickup Available
- Duration: 4 Hrs
Departure Time :
May 19-June 8, and Aug. 19-Sept. 15: 9:45 am June 9-Aug. 18: 10:15 am PLEASE ARRIVE AT OUR OFFICE AT 335 N CACHE 15 MINUTES PRIOR TO DEPARTURE
Departure Details :
Lewis & Clark Expeditions: Just 3 blocks north of the Jackson Town Square
Cancellation Policy : Cancel up to 2 days in advance for a full refund
Our mid-morning departure includes a lunch during your float. Our guides provide a tasty lunch as you take in the views of the Tetons and the Snake Rivers abundant riparian habitat. The bald eagle is king on this stretch of the river, among the finest habitats for our nation's symbol in the lower 48 states. Osprey and Pelicans compete for the native cutthroat trout as well, and moose, deer and elk occasionally appear to take a drink or escape the summer heat. Children as young as 3 are welcome. Youll enjoy the warm summer afternoon or cool morning in the beautiful surroundings of the Snake River.
Know More about this tour
- Professional guide
- Transport to and from the river
- Rain ponchos
- Gratuities (recommended)
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
WHAT TO WEAR: For scenic floats, you should dress according to the weather. Keep in mind that the weather changes quickly at mountain elevations, and layering your clothing will enhance your comfort. This way you can peel or add layers as the conditions change. Sturdy shoes you wouldn't mind getting wet or dirty are recommended.
WEATHER: We have access to real-time doppler radar. Some trips cancel due to inclement weather. If you have concerns, please call our office. Weather changes quickly, so even inclement weather a half hour before departure does not necessarily mean cancellation. Cancelled trips result in offer to rebook or refund.