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Lewis & Clark River Expeditions

Jackson, WY, USA
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About Lewis & Clark River Expeditions
Lewis & Clark Expeditions is the last stand-alone family-owned and operated whitewater rafting and scenic float company in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Lewis & Clark originated U-Paddle Whitewater Adventures on the Snake River in 1971. Both whitewater and calm scenic float trips are offered on the Snake River with friendly, experienced guides. Choose Classic Whitewater or the added adventure of the Snake's smallest rafts. Bargain breakfast trips, steak dinner cookouts and delicious deli lunches. Half-day trips with multiple departures daily.
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cacoates wrote a review Sep 2020
Atlanta, Georgia392 contributions32 helpful votes
We have a family of 4 and our kids are 6 & 9, and we did the float trip on 9/9/20. Ben was our guide, and he was incredibly friendly, knew a lot of great facts about what we were seeing along the way, and he told some fun stories! He kept us safe and dry. The drivers were on-time for taking us to the put-in, and the bus was waiting for us when we completed our float and took us back to the office in-town. The bus and rafts were very clean.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Minnesota Traveler wrote a review Sep 2020
Chanhassen, Minnesota1,791 contributions107 helpful votes
We had a great time on the Snake River our guide Collin was great very informative on our trip and positioned us perfectly for each obstacle we encountered. The rapids were probably a class 2 so very easy going and good for the little ones. Those of you looking for a more challenging trip may need to look around a bit as there were really only 3 rapid areas where you felt challenged. We loved it though as again perfect for a family. The bus drive was about 30 minutes and all of the equipment was in good condition.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Response from GOWYO, Owner at Lewis & Clark River Expeditions
Responded Sep 15, 2020
Glad your family had fun. Come back in June or July when the river is big and you'll find a lot more whitewater. Just a fact of Rocky Mountain snow melt rivers.
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MauiGang wrote a review Sep 2020
Lodi, California2 contributions
We booked a last minute trip and they added an extra boat for us. We loaded up in their bus, drove to drop off site and launched. We had Grandma with us so we just wanted a lazy float, which is what we got, it was great. We saw about 4-5 Bald Eagles and lots of fish (too bad we didnt bring our poles, lol) and it was just a relaxing trip. Our captain was Orion and he did a great job! I would definitely do it again.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Response from GOWYO, Owner at Lewis & Clark River Expeditions
Responded Sep 15, 2020
Thanks, MauiGang, glad you had a great time!
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Scott & Kim from Texas wrote a review Sep 2020
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JJ..."Justin" was an awesome guide! Very fun, knowledgeable and engaging. We enjoyed the trip and JJ was a lot of fun!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Response from GOWYO, Owner at Lewis & Clark River Expeditions
Responded Sep 15, 2020
Glad you had fun!
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HuskerTraveler2 wrote a review Sep 2020
Lincoln, Nebraska979 contributions285 helpful votes
Long time rafting company. We did the float trip at 3:45 pm, which worked well for our schedule - arriving in town at 10:30 am, had a pleasant lunch, shopped, checked in to the hotel, with plenty of time to get to the store. Very pleasant experience, easy float, you can safely bring your camera/phone. 13 mile float (2 hours) is a little long. TIPS: - Be sure to look behind you often to catch awesome glimpses of the Tetons. - Book a trip that is not completely full, more comfortable allowing you to move and stretch more. - Bring a bottle of water.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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