Floats will start from the town of Jackson, Wyoming with a pickup at your place of lodging anywhere in the city, or by meeting at the trip's departure location. Head out to the river access point after check in, just a short ten minute drive from Jackson. At the access site, a brief fifteen minutes will be needed for boat prep, life jacket donning, and a basic river orientation. The raft is then loaded and launched onto the Snake River.
Float a total of 13 miles, taking an average of 2 to 2.25 hours to travel. Cameras and optics are encouraged as you will encounter many different species of bird life, including the American bald eagle, Osprey, Red-tailed hawk, American white pelican, eagle's nests, and more. There will also be a great chance of encountering moose, elk, deer, otter, and even beavers.
All navigation and propulsion is provided by your river guide via a center mounted oar frame. You are merely required to enjoy the float. Guides will interpret the history of Jackson Hole and Grand Teton, the varied geology, geography, flora and fauna of the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem, all while floating down the beautiful Snake River.
At the end of the float, guests and rafts will be loaded and ready for travel within 15 minutes, with just a short drive back into town.