4 Day River Rafting & Camping Trip

Prices Starting At

$1,599 Adults (14+)
$1,439 Kids

Take $200 off select trips
July 1, July 29 and Aug 14
$1,399 All Ages

Pricing Note: Group discounts cannot be applied to Snake River Rafting Trips
$200 Off Select Snake River Multi-Day Rafting Trips
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Snake River / Hells Canon – Deepest River Canyon in North American

Rafting the Snake River is a well known bucket list item for any outdoor enthusiast. As the deepest river canyon in North America (yes, even deeper then the Grand Canyon!) and bordering the states of Idaho and Oregon the whitewater experience is truly unmatched. With mountain tops towering nearly 8,000ft over the river our 4 day wilderness camp and raft trip is a incredible, unique and off-the-grid getaway for groups, families and friends.

In addition to it being a fishing hot spot for bass, trout, sturgeon, and steelhead the area offers  diverse wildlife, including bighorn sheep, bald eagles, whooping cranes, and even the occasional grizzly bear. (We see bighorn sheep on nearly every trip!) The landscape features desert like red rocks that tower above you as you float on the clear blue waters. Throughout the rafting trip we stop at old sheep herd ranches and step into their green oasis, who’s pastures were created by the water run off of the mountains above. A wildly beautiful juxtaposition of the landscape around.

After we are done rafting each day there are several opportunities to explore the area on foot with singletrack trails accessible at many camp locations. Or just sit back, relax and soak it all in… we take care of the rest (ppst… including the cooking and set up).


  • Trip can be extended from 4 days to 6 days raft and camp trip. Contact us to find out more! 
  • Raft in Hells Canyon, North America’s deepest river canyon during our Snake River multi day rafting trips  (yes, even deeper than the Grand Canyon)!
  • Mountain tops reach 9,393 ft (Seven Devils Mountain) and fall nearly 8,000 ft to the river positioned at ~1,400 ft.
  • Several specialty rafting trips offered: Women’s Wellness & Rafting and Fishing & Hunting rafting trips
  • Raft the Wild & Scenic section of the world renowned river.
  • Side hikes including Suicide Point in the Seven Devils Mountains.
  • Excellent fishing opportunities for bass, trout, sturgeon, and steelhead.
  • Diverse wildlife – bighorn sheep, chukar flocks and bald eagles.

River Map

Trip Itinerary

The night before your rafting trip begins:

Meet 6:00pm @ our Halfway Outpost for Meet & Greet dinner with your crew and other guests. We will provide you with your dry bags for your gear to pack that evening.


Day 1

Meet 9:00 AM @ Put-In: Our adventure commences from our Halfway, OR outpost! Shuttle to Hells Canyon Dam Visitors Center Put in.

Full Day of River Excitement: Immerse yourself in the Snake River’s thrilling rapids and breathtaking surroundings. Pause for a delightful riverside lunch amidst the natural beauty, a moment to relish.

Arrival at Camp: As the sun begins its descent, we reach our campsite. Imagine arriving to find your tents already set up, offering a welcoming retreat.

Appetizers, Dinner, & Bonding: The evening brings not just a meal, but appetizers, dinner, and the camaraderie of riverside companionship. Share stories, savor delicious bites, and forge connections amidst this natural wonder.

Day 2

Morning By the River: Awaken to the serene symphony of the river. Enjoy a warm cup of coffee, tea, or other hot beverages as you absorb the tranquility of the morning.

Breakfast at Camp: Fuel up with a hearty breakfast in the midst of the captivating Snake River ambiance.

Continued River Adventure: Back on the river, anticipate another day of rafting thrills. We’ll pause for a satisfying riverside lunch, a chance to unwind and appreciate the scenic beauty around you.

Dinner & Night Under the Stars: As daylight fades, indulge in a delicious dinner, followed by a night of camping beneath the vast, starry sky—a breathtaking evening in nature’s grand theater.

Day 3

Morning at Camp: Begin your day with a camp breakfast, setting the tone for the adventures that lie ahead.

Discover New River Horizons: Embrace another day of exhilarating rafting, exploring fresh stretches of the river and uncovering the allure of the Snake.

Riverside Lunch: Recharge with a delightful riverside lunch, surrounded by the scenic wonders that the Snake River offers.

Arrival at Camp: As we arrive at our campsite, soak in the serene ambiance of the Snake River surroundings.


Day 4

Sunrise Over the Canyon: Embrace the final morning of our journey, as the sun’s golden rays paint the canyon walls in a breathtaking display. Savor your coffee, tea, or cocoa, cherishing this magical moment.

Pack & Paddle: Time to pack up camp, carrying cherished memories as we embark on the last leg of our adventure, venturing back onto the river.

Lunch on the Water: Our journey is punctuated by a delicious on-water lunch, a flavorful finale for our Snake River odyssey.

Arrival at Kirkwood Ranch (Take-Out): With a sense of accomplishment and the river’s stories etched in our hearts, we reach our destination at Kirkwood Ranch. We will then travel back upriver via jet boat concluding this chapter of our incredible Snake River experience.

An unforgettable journey awaits, filled with natural marvels, the bonds of camaraderie, and the thrill of the Snake River.

Traveling to the

Where to Meet

Tributary Outpost for Snake River Rafting

38481 Sawmill Cutoff Ln,
Halfway, OR 97834, USA

Flying In

Fly into the Boise Airport (BOI) and take a 3hr  drive to Halfway, OR where the fun begins!

What’s the Drive Time

From the Tributary outpost in Halfway, OR  to:


Where To Stay

We suggest booking your night before trip accommodations ASAP at either the The Pine Valley Lodge or Halfway Motel/RV Park. Pro Tip: Breakfast is included at the Pine Valley Lodge.

What Should I Bring

For Rafting

  • Required Items
    • Re-usable 20oz or more water bottle
    • Shoes (no flip flops)
  • Suggested Items
    • Sunglasses (with a strap)
    • Baseball hat
  • Do Not Bring
    • Cell Phones
    • Wallets
    • Expensive jewelry

For Camping

  • Linens
    • Blankets
    • Pillow
    • Sleeping bag
  • Flashlight/Headlamp
  • Change of clothes
  • Towel
  • Camp chair


Click here for a full detailed list of what to wear and what to bring.

What Does Tributary Provide

Included with Rafting

  • PFD (Personal floatation device / aka life jacket)
  • Paddle
  • Helmet
  • Professional raft guide for each raft

Included with this Overnight River Rafting Trip

  • Tent
  • Sleeping Pad
  • Cot
  • Dry Bag for your gear
  • 3 nights camping
  • 11 meals
    • Meet & greet dinner the evening before your trip begins
    • Day 1 – lunch & dinner
    • Day 2 – breakfast, lunch & dinner
    • Day 3 – breakfast, lunch & dinner
    • Day 4 – breakfast & lunch