Experience the thrill of Class III and IV rapids in Snake River Canyon.
Early Jackson Hole settlers called the Snake River the “mad river” because it has an 8-mile stretch of furious and seemingly unnavigable whitewater. Today, you’re considered mad if rafting “the Canyon” isn’t at the top of your list on a hot July or August day. Experience rapids with names like Lunch Counter and Big Kahuna and take a dip in the Champagne Bubbles swimming hole. With over 15 rafting companies in Jackson Hole, there are boatloads of opportunities to have an unforgettable experience on the Wild and Scenic Snake River in Jackson Hole, as long as you’re up for a few splashes along the way.
If whitewater rapids aren’t for you, try a scenic float. Relax on the river in peace as you drift down quiet stretches of the Snake River while viewing wildlife and scenery in and around Grand Teton National Park.