If you’re planning a summer getaway to Wyoming, we’ve got a great way to do it: with a Jackson Hole scenic float trip. There’s nothing that compares and it’s an experience you’ll talk about for years to come. Choose Jackson Hole Whitewater for your trip and you’ll find out why our tours are consistently rated as some of the best Jackson Hole float trips available.
What Makes Our Snake River Float Trips Different
We’re not the only business that provides float trips, but we do things a little bit differently.
First, we have the best guides in the business. They’re not just here to earn a paycheck, they do what they do because they love it and want to share their passion for this majestic location with visitors to the area.
They have a heart for conservation, a deep respect of nature, an understanding of the biology, ecology, and geology of the Tetons, and they’re even full of obscure tidbits and trivia about Jackson Hole. Your guides aren’t simply there to point out the different animals and scenery; you can spot those without them. Instead, they’re on the scenic float trip with you to share their knowledge and add depth to the experience that you just can’t get from other tours.
Best Scenic Float Trip on Snake River
We’ve also taken great pains to choose the very best section of the Snake River for our Jackson Hole scenic float trips. It’s a 13-mile stretch that provides dramatic views of the Tetons and equally impressive opportunities to get up close and personal with bald eagles, ospreys, and other local wildlife. (Well, the “up close” part is thanks to the high-powered Bushnell binoculars that we provide to all of our guests—but it does feel very personal!)
Questions You Might Have About Jackson Hole, WY Scenic Float Trips
Before you book your scenic float trip, you might have some questions. Here are a few that we hear often.
How long does a float trip take?
Our float trips take three hours, including lunch.
What do you wear on a float trip?
A float trip isn’t like whitewater rafting—you won’t get wet! Wear something comfortable and if your trip is in the morning, it’s a good idea to wear some layers because it can be a bit chilly even in the summertime.
How do you prepare for a float trip?
Be prepared for the trip of a lifetime! Also, bring a camera because you’ll want to take pictures. We provide binoculars and windbreakers in case of unexpected rain. You can bring snacks if you like too.
How much does a float trip cost?
Our Snake River scenic float trips cost $82 for adults and $62 for youth.