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  1. Owyhee River

    Hidden among remote canyons and sagebrush desert, the river was named for a group of Hawaiians who disappeared up the river in 1810. This scenic desert river is an exciting float in early spring.

    20 First Avenue West
    Marsing, ID 83639
    (208) 896-5912 | Website

  2. Payette River - Main

    Just an hour's drive from Boise, several forks of the Payette provide a variety of whitewater experiences for rafting and kayaking.

    PO Box 696
    540 N Main St
    Cascade, ID 83611
    (208) 382-7400 | Website

  3. Payette River - North Fork

    Class III rapids on three distinctive forks of the Payette River make possible a long season of rafting and kayaking just north of Boise.

    PO Box 696
    540 N Main St
    Cascade, ID 83611
    (208) 382-7400 | Website

  4. Payette River - South Fork

    The South Fork of the Payette is an advanced whitewater run for one, two, or three days of excitement, including Staircase Rapid.

    7655 Hwy 21
    Lowman, ID 83637
    (208) 720-7039 | Website

  5. Payette River Company

    We are located in central Idaho, about 1.5 hours from Boise and 2 hours from Ketchum and specialize in rafting trips on the South Fork of the Payette River.

    7655 Hwy 21
    Lowman, ID 83637
    (208) 259-3702 | Website

  6. Payette River Scenic Byway

    A 100 mile trip between Boise and McCall along scenic Hwy. 55 and the Payette River.

    301 E Lake St
    McCall , ID 83638
    (208) 634-7631 | Website

  7. Rafting and Kayaking in Idaho

    The Idaho Outfitters and Guides Association can help you find the perfect outfitter for rafting, kayaking and other water sports in Idaho.

    Box 95
    Boise, ID 83701
    (208) 342-1919 | Website

  8. Salmon Raft

    Whitewater rafting on the Salmon River with trips leaving daily from McCall! Try our exclusive Express Trip, All Day Adventure, Two Day or Three Day trips.

    PO Box 3112
    McCall, ID 83638
    (208) 315-4706 | Website

  9. Snake River - Lower

    This section of the Snake River moves through the Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area directly south of Boise, before flowing toward the Idaho-Oregon border.

    3948 Development Ave
    Boise, ID 83705
    (208) 384-3300 | Website

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