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Itinerary
Please check in to our office at 335 N. Cache in Jackson 1/2 hour before your trip time. After checking in you will have access to restrooms and dressing rooms to prepare for your trip. Once your bus departs our office, it takes about 35 minutes to reach the "put-in" at West Table Creek Ramp on the Snake River. There are dressing rooms and pit toilets at the ramp. In most cases, the guides will already be at the ramp to meet you and help you get into your gear, including life jackets and free, optional splash jackets. After your ramp orientation, you will launch and begin your 8-mile trip on the river. These 8 miles can take anywhere from just under an hour at high water to two hours very late in the season, depending on flows. Once at the take-out you walk up to your bus which will be parked near the restrooms and dressing rooms. There, you can retrieve dry clothing and change before riding back to Jackson. The bus ride home takes about 45 minutes.
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Lewis & Clark River Expeditions
Overview
Our 17-foot self-bailing Classic Raft is built to handle the Snake River all season long. It carries 8-14 paddlers through all the legendary Snake River Rapids, including Lunch Counter, Big Kahuna, Champagne and Ropes. It’s a thrilling ride for all, with a typical minimum age of 6 (depending on conditions). Rafts launch at West Table and take out at Sheep Gulch in the Snake River Canyon, with 8 miles of Class II and III whitewater interspersed with calm stretches, even some opportunities to swim. Trips take 3 1/2 to 4 hours round-trip from our office at 335 N. Cache in Jackson. Whitewater rafting with Lewis & Clark is the bonafide outdoor experience you came to Jackson Hole to have. Most of our customers are first-timers, so we have a great deal of experience with novice rafters. Most, but not all beginners choose our Classic Raft.
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile
The best fun and great experience

Went down the snake river with Aaron and it was so much fun. The water was cold for us Floridians but the trip was great. Aaron maneuvered through the waters easily and it was a very warm day. The ride to the area was about...More

Thank Debra S
Reviewed 1 week ago
Wonderful Family Experience

WET FUN FOR ALL We visited Jackson early August and “ran” the snake river with Lewis and Clark. We had an outstanding experience from start to finish. The staff was super friendly and they quickly helped us sign our waivers, helped us rent some “water...More

Thank DJ_MC202
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Awesome first time rafting with Luke.

First time I had ever gone white water rafting. We had an absolute blast. Our guide was Luke and he was awesome with grownups and the kids. The scenery was beautiful and every single person on the raft had an awesome time. Thank you Luke!

Thank Julie G
Reviewed 1 week ago
Evening Rafting with Steak Dinner

Our family with kids ages 18, 16, and 12 had a great trip with Lewis and Clark during our visit to the Tetons. We had Aaron as our guide and he made it fun and informative. We saw eagles, osprey, marmots and even a beaver...More

Thank jotravlers
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Loved this trip with my boys!

This company is one of many who provide river services, but we were drawn to them because they were kid-friendly. We rafted the Snake with a boat full of kids - 9 children under the age of fifteen - and six adults. It was a...More

Thank Rob S
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