HELLS CANYON

Journey through a land rich in myth and geological wonder.

Towering rock walls and grassy slopes line the riverbank as you flow through the biggest rapids in the Pacific Northwest.

Hells Canyon: Snake River

$3,495

(Min. $1,000 deposit)

The ultimate whitewater rafting and fishing experience through one of the deepest gorges in North America.

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Your K2 Adventure Begins in Cambridge, Idaho.

The Nez Pearce Indian legend claims “Coyote dug Hells Canyon with a big stick to protect their ancestors.”

The scenic Snake River creates the border between Idaho and Oregon forming Hells Canyon. Thrilling rapids, diverse wildlife and extensive trail systems make this a river voyage you will never forget.


Catch the “Big One” on the Snake River

The scenic Snake River is the perfect opportunity to experience one of the most spectacular canyons on the planet.

The 1,078 mile long Snake River hosts excellent trout, bass and white sturgeon fishing. After running rapids, spend your free time casting lines in the clear mountain water surrounded by breathtaking canyon views.


Journey through Hells Canyon

You will cover 34-miles over 4 days, traveling through the deepest section of Hells Canyon.

Experienced rafting guides will navigate you through most of the intermediate, Class III-IV rapids on the Snake River, some of the biggest rapids in the Pacific Northwest.
In between rapids, the river winds through the canyon where Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep, mountain goats, deer, elk and eagles can be spotted along the riverbank and steep canyon walls. Each day ends at a scenic riverside camp with plenty of time enjoy the beautiful surroundings.


Slow down and Enjoy “River Time”

Spend your time at camp relaxing and exploring all that Hells Canyon has to offer.

Enjoy gourmet meals at idyllic riverfront campsites, with ample opportunity for playing on the beach, swimming in crystal clear water or reading in the shade. Explore the canyon on foot by taking daily hikes to see ancient rock art and old homesteader cabins, as well as breathtaking canyon vistas. End each day by the fire, catching a glimpse of the magnificent Milky Way as you swap stories with new and old friends.