Please join us for a relaxing river float on the legendary Snake River with a stop for a picnic lunch prepared fresh streamside by our proffessional guides. A populare float with our families as we will get a chance to get out of the raft, skip rocks, and cool our toes in the river. A great break for the kiddos. Beautiful scenery, great food, wildlife, bald eageles; please come join us today!
||Any size group||$70 per adult|
|$45 children 13 yrs and younger|
Plan on meeting at our headquarters, 165n. Glenwood, Jackson WY, at 11:00am. Departure time to the river will be 11:15am.
A short 15 minute drive will bring us to our departure point, the Wilson Landing, just south of Grand Teton Park.
Some boat preparation will ensue, as well as the donning of lifejackets, and after an initial safety talk we will board the raft. Guests will be seated on the outside pontoons and cross tubes of the raft, with all navigation and propulsion handled by your guide, via a center mounted oar frame.
We will shove off and embark on a two hour, thirteen mile float down the Snake River as our friendly and professional guides share their knowledge of the history, geology, flora, and fauna of this amazing river system, stopping on a scenic gravel bar for a fresh picnic lunch. We will have the breathtaking Teton Range as a backdrop for most of the float, as well as the Snake River Range, the Gros Ventre, and Hoback Ranges as well. Keep your eyes peeled as moose sightings are common, as well as elk and deer. I always guarantee a bald eagle or two, as we have over half a dozen nesting pairs on this beautiful stretch of river, not to mention close up views of active eagle nests as well.
Lunch will consist of a build your own sandwich station featuring Boars Head ham, turkey, provolone, lettuce, onion, tomato, avocado, (all prepped fresh stream-side), chips and salsa, fruit, and cookies for desert. A really great picnic stop.
After lunch we will float the remaining half of the river stretch, completing our adventure at Von Gontard’s landing, about 15 minutes south of Jackson. We’ll see you on the river!