Idaho Outdoor Adventures

With stunning mountain vistas, pristine lakes, deep river gorges, thunderous whitewater, abounding wildlife and more designated wilderness than 48 other states, Idaho is an outdoor lovers dream! From hiking, biking, fishing, skiing, rafting, birding, backpacking and beyond, Idaho's rich and rugged landscape offers the perfect canvas for almost every kind of recreation. The 13th largest state in the US and home to just over 1.7 million people, 70% of Idaho is public land!  With dozens of mountain ranges and more whitewater miles than any other state in the United States, Idaho is the hidden jewel of the American West.

Rafting in Idaho

There are over 3000 miles of whitewater in Idaho, flowing from high peaks to low valleys through some of the most pristine lands in America. From the densely forested banks of the Salmon River to the high desert canyons of the Snake River, Idaho boasts some of the most thrilling whitewater adventures in the United States. The state encompasses large tracts of roadless wilderness where the only means of discovering landscapes is on foot, horseback or with a paddle in hand.

Come face-to-face with bighorn sheep, gaze on black bears and soaring eagles, discover the region’s rich Native American history, and soak in idyllic hot springs before camping beneath brilliantly starlit skies. At our riverside camps, you’ll be treated to delicious cuisine and camaraderie around the campfire during an adventure you’ll never forget. 

Salmon River Rafting

4-5 days
Private Tour Options
Adult: 
$1445
Child: 
$1365
Min. Age:
5 years (8 during high water)
5
Average: 5 (1 vote)

Rafting Hells Canyon

3-6 Days
Private Tour Options
Adult: 
$1190
Child: 
$1120
Min. Age:
8 (12 in the months of May and June)
4.833335
Average: 4.8 (12 votes)

Owyhee River Rafting

5-7 Days
Private Tour Options
Adult: 
$1595
Child: 
$1495
Min. Age:
8-16, depending on section
5
Average: 5 (1 vote)

Family Magic Rafting Trip

4-5 Days
Private Tour Options
Adult: 
$1445
Child: 
$1365
Min. Age:
5 (10 during highwater)
5
Average: 5 (16 votes)

Lochsa River Rafting

2-3 days
Booking 2021!
Adult: 
$385
Child: 
$385
Min. Age:
Recommended 17 (14-16 on approval)
5
Average: 5 (2 votes)

St. Joe River Rafting

1 Day
Private Tour Options
Adult: 
$105
Child: 
$105
Min. Age:
16 (12-15 on approval or after high water season)
5
Average: 5 (4 votes)

Biking in Idaho

Whether you’re following the former railroad along the Route of the Hiawatha or cycling part of the Great American Rail-Trail, Idaho is home to some of the best biking trails in the country. Pedal at your own pace along quiet country roads, through vibrant urban landscapes, and unspoiled wilderness areas while discovering the history that has shaped the Gem State. 

At ROW Adventures, we offer fully-guided and self-guided bicycle tours in Idaho, allowing you to explore your own way. Cycling is an immersive way of experiencing the spectacular landscapes of the Northwest and meeting the people who call the region “home” in a way that connects you with your natural surroundings. Our cycling tours set the stage for your own discoveries and provide a means for embracing the world that lies before you. 

Fishing in Idaho

With around 26,000 miles of streams and rivers to explore, not to mention more than 3,000 natural lakes, Idaho is a fishing wonderland. It’s home to healthy populations of wild trout, catfish, and kokanee, as well as giant white sturgeon, smallmouth bass, and salmon. Our fishing trips in Idaho will appeal to both beginner and seasoned anglers, and range from short to multi-day wilderness adventures along the Salmon, Snake, St. Joe and Coeur d'Alene rivers. 

fishing trips in Idaho

Half & Full Day Fly Fishing Tours from Coeur d'Alene, Idaho

Our local ROW Adventure Center offers a variety of half and full day float or walk and wade fly fishing trips on the Coeur d'Alene, St. Joe and Clark Fork rivers. 

Hiking in Idaho

With its spectacular wilderness areas and wild rivers, Idaho is a hiker’s dream. Our hiking trips follow the scenic trails that hug the banks of the Salmon and Snake rivers while discovering the human history of the territories we pass through. With all of your belongings transported via supply rafts, you’ll enjoy weightless days exploring some of the most magnificent terrain Idaho has to offer. 

Learn about the Shoshone and Nez Perch people who once inhabited Hells Canyon while coming face-to-face with their rock art and ancient dwelling sites. Keep your eyes peeled for bighorn sheep, Rocky Mountain goats, and otters along the way, along with golden eagles and hawks soaring in the skies above. Each night, we’ll overnight at cozy campsites on the river banks and recount the day’s adventures over gourmet home-cooked meals. 
 

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River Dance Lodge - Idaho’s Outdoor Adventure Resort

ROW proudly owns Idaho's finest outdoor adventure resort, featuring hand-crafted custom log cabins that offer rustic luxury and are complemented by an exciting choice of outdoor adventures including whitewater rafting, biking, fly fishing, hiking and more.

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Deeply Rooted in Idaho

ROW Adventures is a family-owned business that’s been based in Idaho for more than 40 years. From our main headquarters in the lakefront city of Coeur d’Alene, we proudly raft more Idaho whitewater rivers than any other outfitter and feel confident that we’re offering some of the best outdoor trips in the Gem State. Our founders, Peter and Betsy, are still hands-on in the day-to-day operations of ROW Adventures and are committed to providing immersive outdoor experiences while playing a leading role in preserving the natural beauty of Idaho’s landscapes.