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Snake River Canyon
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Section of the Snake River popular with white-water rafters.
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jesse o
Jackson, WY6,591 contributions
Beatific!
Dec 2015 • Family
In my younger days I shot the rapids often but more recently have enjoyed the woods and meadows and gravel bars along the Snake River in more meditative musings. The forest service campgrounds and picnic areas along hwy 89 have over the years provided joy for my family. And the canyons northwest of the highway are little known, utterly undeveloped and quite inviting.
But even just to drive thorough, the canyon is a delight. This time of the year, look above the road just northeast of Alpine for mountain goats! Sometimes they are on the road so be careful, especially at night!
Written 26 January 2016
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travelknat
Carbondale, CO210 contributions
Great for people who don't need a guide
Sep 2013 • Friends
We went when the water was low and though it was still class 3 – it was very safe and fun! The only concern is the magnetic wall and all the weird underwater currents and faults. Champagne rapid is awesome – lots of bubbles, very cool. You can take the meat if you have an experienced ore-man – we had a 10’ boat and were fine. Kayakers were enjoying the rapids as much as rafters.
Written 30 September 2013
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Pnemiller
Kutztown, PA2,272 contributions
Magnficent canyon and river--worth the ride
Jun 2011 • Couples
We were coming from Jackson, Wyoming, going to Logan, Utah and had to drive through this canyon on scenic route 89. It was just opened, since an avalanche of dirt had closed the road. This has to be some of the most beautiful scenery in the US, with the Snake River on the side and great mountains looming overhead. There are pull-outs and picnic areas along the way, with few commericals establishments. Not much to do, but a great area to see.
Written 22 June 2011
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