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Idaho’s Salmon River is the longest undammed, free-flowing river contained in a single state in the lower 48 states of the USA.  There are five sections or “forks” that can be run in rafts, kayaks, canoes, drift boats or other float craft totaling over 500 miles!  These include the Upper Main, Main and Lower Main; the Middle Fork and the South Fork.  With so many miles, the Salmon River offers some of the best whitewater rafting and paddling opportunities in the world.  The three most popular sections for rafting or kayaking trips on the Salmon River are the Middle Fork, the Main Salmon and the Lower Main Salmon.  All three of these sections of the Salmon River offer a superb wilderness river trip experience.

This website focuses on the last 52 miles of the main Salmon River, commonly known as the Lower Salmon.  The site is designed as an information resource for boaters of all sorts, guides, students and the general whitewater rafting community.  Portions of this website were excerpted from Lower Salmon River Boater’s Guide, a whitewater rafting guide published by the BLM and written by Luverne Grussing and Jennifer Jones.  Visit the further reading page to find out how to order this map and many other books referring to the lower Salmon River.

Commercial outfitters have been operating on this section of the Salmon River for over 35 years.  If the experience and skills required to run this river are above your capabilities, consider planning your Salmon River rafting trip with a commercial whitewater rafting outfitter.  The details in this resource are intended to be used by experienced whitewater boaters, including rafters, kayakers and canoeists, and can be used to plan a whitewater rafting trip on the Lower Salmon River.  

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