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Cast Iron Riverside Lunch...Super Small Boats
Available June, August and Septembe

Sometimes, it's nice to take a break from the rapids, sit back, and enjoy the beauty of the Snake River Canyon. This river trip follows the same white water stretch of the Snake River in our smallest boats with a stop for a cookout at Mad River's riverside camp in the Snake River Canyon.

Mad River has hired a professional chef to cook meals for our guests on the river. Our Executive Chef Ty Hess prepares a fresh, from scratch and ever changing menu at our riverside dinner site. Chef Ty has over 17 years of professional culinary experience in world class restaurants and is stoked to be on the river cooking outdoors. The cuisine hails from the Low Country of Charleston, S.C., where Ty studied his craft. Our Chef brings a bit of the South to the Mountain West and the Snake River using fresh local ingredients.

**Due to the outdoor environment of our river kitchen we are unable to guarantee an allergy free meal. If you have food allergies, feel free to bring along your own meal and your guide will carry it, so you can eat with your group.

TRIP DETAILS:

People come from all over the world to experience our newly designated "Wild and Scenic" river. Join us on the 8-Mile Whitewater in the Snake River Canyon and you'll see why the Snake River is such an unforgettable place. We welcome everyone from first timers to return rafters on this trip. So whether you're a newcomer, it's been 30 years, or you're a seasoned river rat, come early and experience the Snake River Canyon.

This trip launches from West Table Boat Ramp in the Snake River Canyon and winds its way south toward Alpine, WY. You'll travel 8 river miles from start to finish.

There are about 8 sets of rapids, ranging from class I and II to class III. Various river features encountered along the way include Lunchcounter and Big Kahuna rapids, Million Dollar Fishing Hole, and Double Draw. You'll pause just after the gauging straights for lunch at Mad River's exclusive riverside camp at Blind Canyon, overlooking the two largest rapids in the canyon.

At the end of your meal, you will hit the water once again to finish out your whitewater experience with the biggest rapids in the canyon up first. Your guides will inform you on the history of the area as well as the local flora and fauna.

The Snake River Canyon is rich in geological history and your guide will point out some of the features that make this canyon unique. You might see river otters, osprey and bald eagles on your trip. The lucky few might even catch a glimpse of a mountain goat, a mule deer, an elk or even a grizzly or black bear.

CHECK-IN & TRANSPORTATION:

WHEN: 30 minutes prior to your scheduled trip time
WHERE: Mad River Boat House, 1255 South Highway 89 Jackson Wyoming 83001

**Transportation from the Mad River Boat House to the river and back is provided on every Mad River trip.

BOAT TYPE:

Cast Iron Riverside Lunch Recommended for river rats age ten and older...

TRIP TIME: 4 Hours (door to door)

Intensity:
Effort:
Giggles:
Adult
$125
Child
$115
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Summer Special !!
Take $20 off per person.
Valid at 8:00 and 8:30 ONLY.

Use the code "EARLY" and book online.
(Fine print: The discount is only valid on these two morning departures (small boats and classic boats). Any discounts used on other trips will incur fees. The discount does NOT apply to existing reservations. Trips MUST be booked online. Discounts are only valid for groups of 9 people or less. Trips are subject to availability.)

CANCELLATIONS OR CHANGES:There is a 48-hour cancellation policy on this trip. For groups of 10 or more, there is a 72-hour cancellation policy.

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Where is Mad River?

Mad River Boat Trips is located in the beautiful Jackson Hole Valley in northwestern Wyoming, just south of Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park.

The Snake River begins its journey in the rugged backcountry of Yellowstone National Park and gathers water as it heads south toward Jackson Hole through Grand Teton National Park. The river exits the south end of Jackson Hole through the winding Snake River Canyon, lined with trees and steep granite walls, small alpine meadows and abundant wildlife. It’s on this section of the Snake that you’ll experience some of the wildest whitewater in the Rocky Mountains.

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