The white water rafting Idaho has is world class. Float the Boise River or raft on Hells Canyon. Explore Idaho Rivers. Read now.
Pristine waters. Casting into a cool mountain creek. Angling is the perfect way to disconnect from the everyday and reconnect with the great outdoors.
From the dramatic peaks to chilling in the streets, we’ve got eight unmissable experiences that belong on your bucket list.
All you can hear is the sound of the river, the wind and the birds as you cast a line into the clear water.
Visiting Hells Canyons means exploring the deepest river gorge in North America and experiencing some of the best whitewater in the nation.
Floating the lazy, (mostly) flat river stretches in Southwest Idaho offers a chill alternative to whitewater rafting. Spend half a day with friends or family blissfully adrift without a care in the world.
Idaho whitewater isn’t just for thrill seekers – it’s for everyone, no matter their ages.
There’s no other way to say it: stand up paddle boarding, also known as SUP, is hot.
Cascade Raft & Kayak has been in the business of fun for three decades. All of it interwoven with the Long family who, for three generations now, has learned every ripple and meander of the Payette River.
Our guide will give you the details on our favorite Southwest Idaho lakes and reservoirs in the region, from safety tips to docking details and more.