The Selway River canyon is considered one of the best whitewater tours in the U.S. and one of the last pieces of unspoiled wilds in America. This raft trip is a perfect blend of amazing scenery, rollicking whitewater, superb fishing and spacious campsites. Launches are restricted to only one group per day, assuring that each group on this trip will have a true wilderness experience.
The Selway has the unique distinction of being one of the first two rivers protected by the National Wild & Scenic Rivers Act of 1968. It originates in the Bitterroot Mountains and flows west, cutting through the Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness Area in central Idaho.
With an average river slope of 28 feet per mile, much of this river is made up of technical Class IV rapids, making this the perfect adventure for both the seasoned river-runner looking for some excitement, and those who are seeking an adrenaline-filled vacation.