Why a river trip?
Because life goes by fast.
We miss opportunities to spend time with each other, to laugh with each other and to travel with each other. We “tag” each other and message each other instead. We email each other and text each other to say “we’ll visit soon.” When it comes time to see each other the moment is rushed and the technology that brings us together takes us from each other. Our focus is lost. Our moment is lost. Optimistic minds think we’ll see each other again.
It’s time to get away from it all. Plan a trip that brings you together.
Where will you travel in 2014? Bring your friends and family on one of these three river trips and we’ll help reconnect you with what’s truly important.
Idaho’s Middle Fork of the Salmon
Trip Length: 6 Days
Season: June – September
Price: $1,495 – $2,495
Rafting Idaho’s Middle Fork Salmon is the most celebrated wilderness river trip in America. Deep cathedral forests, steep canyon walls, natural hot springs, fabulous fly-fishing, spectacular hikes, exhilarating whitewater and beautiful, spacious campsites make the Middle Fork of the Salmon world famous. Plan your trip with Idaho River Journeys.
Oregon’s Rogue River
Trip Length: 3 or 4 Days
Season: May – October
Price: $995 – $1,295
A rafting or hiking trip on the Rogue River will carry you 40 miles through the heart of the Rogue River canyon and wilderness. Nights are spent riverside, either camping or at a historic lodge. Plan your trip with Rogue River Journeys.
Idaho’s Main Salmon
Trip Length: 6 Days
Season: June – August
Price: $1,295 – $1,695
Salmon River rafting vacations are river trips that everyone, from grandparents to grand kids, will enjoy and return with memories that last a lifetime. The river is ideal for families with youngsters. The water is warmer than most western rivers, many campsites are on big sandy beaches, there are hiking trails nearby, and famous rapids that will keep everyone smiling. Plan your trip with Idaho River Journeys.
Meet the Author: Will Volpert
Will Volpert is from Inverness Park, California and grew up running rivers with his parents rafting company, Outdoor Adventures. He started Indigo Creek Outfitters in the winter of 2011. When he’s not at the Indigo Creek office or on the river, he’s probably out on a walk with his yellow lab, Groover.