#WeeklyEscape: 24 Hours In... Stanley, Idaho

Idaho is full of adventure for the outdoor enthusiast. Stanley, located just two and a half hours northeast of Boise, is a hub for hiking, biking, horseback riding, rafting and more. If you've ever been rafting on the Middle Fork of the Salmon, chances are you met up with you group in Stanley, and that is exactly where our Middle Fork of the Salmon trips start.

The Majestic and Remote Bruneau River

I just got back home from an early season private river trip on the Bruneau River with two good friends. ‘Wow’ is the first word that comes to mind, and that is a big understatement.

The "Unraftables," or Bucket List Rivers, Open for Spring Rafting

With Idaho's snowpack at about 130% so far this year, all signs are pointing to a great rafting season for the Northwest. Plus, big snowpack means great spring rafting - whether it's bigger rapids or being able to access rivers that are sometimes too low to raft in low snowpack years, big snowpack means a lot of spring fun.

My First Time on the Lochsa

As an intern for ROW Adventures, I was excited to hear that part of the learning experience would be getting out on the river and going on trips to “understand” the product. How could I complain? Spending time on the water, enjoying nature, and building friendships with guides and guests alike is what I love best.

#ExploreDeeper: What is the "Wild & Scenic Rivers System"?

In the middle of the 19th century, it became very clear that our natural landscape was changing dramatically, for the worst. We weren't taking care of our rivers, and it was very apparent; rivers were being dammed, modified, eroded and polluted faster than we could understand.

10 Reasons You Should Book a Trip on the Moyie

Have you even been rafting down the Moyie River? Have you ever even heard of this spectacular river? The Moyie is Idaho's hidden whitewater rafting gem. While relatively unknown, the Moyie is an exciting early-season (May to June) whitewater rafting day trip in North Idaho.