Middle Fork Offers Rafting Adventures

Wilderness journeys allow clients to experience the great outdoors By: Emily McManus
On ROW Adventures’ summer trips, clients will descend 3,000 feet and float 105 miles on Idaho’s Middle Fork of the Salmon. // © 2011 Row Adventures
On ROW Adventures’ summer trips, clients will descend 3,000 feet and float 105 miles on Idaho’s Middle Fork of the Salmon. // © 2011 Row Adventures

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Clients can explore Idaho’s Middle Fork of the Salmon with ROW Adventures’ five- to six- day rafting trips of intermediate intensity. This summer, the company is offering various specially-priced departure dates on its wilderness journeys.

The Culinary Whitewater package, departing on Aug. 15, gives clients a culinary learning experience during their rafting trip. The specialty getaway shares cooking secrets and sends its guests home with their own Dutch oven.

Clients can experience the Middle Fork with fewer outfitters and private boaters with trips that begin on June 19 as well as Aug. 31. These Shoulder Seasons packages are offered with prices of at least $200 less per person than the peak summer trips.

Departing on Aug. 23, the Scotch and Whitewater package combines whiskey and the great outdoors. Don Poffenroth, of the Dry Fly Distillery, accompanies the trip to teach about the making of single malts and their lure.

On ROW Adventures’ summer trips, clients will descend 3,000 feet and float 105 miles over the course of six days, experiencing whitewater rapids, Rocky Mountain scenery, hiking trails, hot springs, Indian rock art, fishing and more. 

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