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8-Mile Classic Whitewater Adventure

8-Mile Classic Whitewater Adventure - Wyoming, United States

Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Location: Wyoming, United States

From USD
$80.00

Our 8-mile Snake River Rafting Trip adventure is the perfect summer activity in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The whitewater rafting section of the Snake River is a Class III river, perfect for people of all ages and experience ... More info ›

Our 8-mile Snake River Rafting Trip adventure is the perfect summer activity in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The whitewater rafting section of the Snake River is a Class III river, perfect for people of all ages and experience. River classifications are graded on a scale of I to VI. Class I is flat water. Class V is the most difficult.  Go rafting on the famous Lunch Counter and Big Kahuna rapids! 

After getting picked up at your hotel in Jackson Hole, ride out to the Snake River to begin this exciting 3-hour tour. Learn about the history of the area as well as about the wildlife. Indulge in a continental breakfast (9:00am summer trip) and get a brief instructional about rafting technique and safety. 

This is a class lll river (from l-Vl), with 8-10 sets of some real fun rapids. After every section of whitewater you go through there is a calm section following where you can marvel at the amazing scenery in the Snake River Canyon. This is a very wide, deep river that's great for jumping in for a quick swim. Some sections are up to 80 feet deep. This is a good thing as the shallower rivers can be very technical and rated in the upper V’s.

The tour concludes when you're dropped off at your hotel in Jackson Hole.

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8-Mile Small Raft Whitewater Adventure

8-Mile Small Raft Whitewater Adventure - Wyoming, United States

Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Location: Wyoming, United States

From USD
$88.00

Our 8-mile Snake River Rafting Trip adventure is the perfect summer activity in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The whitewater rafting section of the Snake River is a Class III river, perfect for people of all ages and experience ... More info ›

Our 8-mile Snake River Rafting Trip adventure is the perfect summer activity in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The whitewater rafting section of the Snake River is a Class III river, perfect for people of all ages and experience. River classifications are graded on a scale of I to VI. Class I is flat water. Class V is the most difficult.  Go rafting on the famous Lunch Counter and Big Kahuna rapids! 

Our Whitewater trips go out every day starting May 3-September 30th. We have different trip times through out the day whether, you want to go first thing in the morning to get back to go on a hike or wait till the evening after you've enjoyed a tram ride. We have lots of options for you and your family. Roughly lasting 3-3.5 hours round trip we have a time for you. You are to show up at our trip office 30-minutes prior to your departure time. Dress to get wet, we do not recommend wearing cotton as cotton stays wet and cold. We do have wetsuits for rental starting at $5.

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Teton Views Lunch Float 7-Mile

Teton Views Lunch Float 7-Mile - Jackson, United States

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Jackson, United States

From USD
$70.00

Not an early bird? Try our mid-morning lunch float, a shorter trip to fit into your busy vacation schedule. Float the Snake to our private riverside picnic site on the Snake River Ranch ... More info ›

Not an early bird? Try our mid-morning lunch float, a shorter trip to fit into your busy vacation schedule. Float the Snake to our private riverside picnic site on the Snake River Ranch. Our unique float offers views of the Tetons, Snake River and Gros Ventre mountain ranges. Your guide does all the work, so you can relax, identify birds, look for wildlife and photograph all the beauty the Snake River has to offer! You'll love our gourmet meal, including turkey & cheese on fresh-baked bread (with tomatoes, peppers and more), Thai broccoli salad, seasonal fruit salad, chips and home-baked cookies. Even the drive back to Jackson is beautiful!

Please meet 15min prior to the departure time at our Hillside complex

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2 Hour Scenic Boat Tour from Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area

2 Hour Scenic Boat Tour from Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area - Cody, United States
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Cody, United States

From USD
$42.00

We offer 2 hour scenic boat tours of Bighorn Canyon located 60 miles east of Cody, Wyoming in the Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area.  Guests enjoy abundant wildlife viewing including getting up close and personal with the Canyon's namesake the bighorn sheep, wild mustangs all on a comfortable covered tour boat with padded seats.  Guests enjoy a narrated tour and learn the which is coupled with the rich and diverse history of the area presented in an eco-tour format.

We offer 2 hour scenic boat tours of Bighorn Canyon located 60 miles east of Cody, Wyoming in the Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area, which is the 3rd largest canyon in the United States.  Guests enjoy abundant wildlife viewing including getting up close and personal with the Canyon's namesake the bighorn sheep, wild mustangs all on a comfortable covered tour boat with padded seats.  Guests enjoy a narrated tour and learn the which is coupled with the rich and diverse history of the area presented in an eco-tour format.  Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area is home of the oldest trail in North America.  It's called the "Bad Pass Trail" and has been used by humans traversing the area for more than 11,000 years.  The geology and unique plants indigenous to the area are unique and only grow in this canyon.  It's an unforgettable tour that shouldn't be missed.

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We offer 2 hour scenic boat tours of Bighorn Canyon located 60 miles east of Cody, Wyoming in the Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area.  Guests enjoy abundant wildlife viewing including getting up close and personal with the Canyon's namesake the bighorn sheep, wild mustangs all on a comfortable covered tour boat with padded seats.  Guests enjoy a narrated tour and learn the which is coupled with the rich and diverse history of the area presented in an eco-tour format.

We offer 2 hour scenic boat tours of Bighorn Canyon located 60 miles east of Cody, Wyoming in the Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area, which is the 3rd largest canyon in the United States.  Guests enjoy abundant wildlife viewing including getting up close and personal with the Canyon's namesake the bighorn sheep, wild mustangs all on a comfortable covered tour boat with padded seats.  Guests enjoy a narrated tour and learn the which is coupled with the rich and diverse history of the area presented in an eco-tour format.  Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area is home of the oldest trail in North America.  It's called the "Bad Pass Trail" and has been used by humans traversing the area for more than 11,000 years.  The geology and unique plants indigenous to the area are unique and only grow in this canyon.  It's an unforgettable tour that shouldn't be missed.

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Intro to Traditional Climbing

Intro to Traditional Climbing - Cheyenne, United States

Duration: 6 to 8 hours
Location: Cheyenne, United States

From USD
$150.00

Our Intro to Traditional Climbing course will teach you how to build traditional anchor systems, place solid protection, and climb a wide variety of crack sizes. Whether you’re just learning how to hand jam or gearing up for multipitch climbing, this course is a great way for you to hone your skills and become a more confident trad climber.

We will start out with some gourmet coffee and baked goods at Coal Creek Coffee to discuss our plans for the day.

Our Intro to Traditional Climbing course will teach you how to build traditional anchor systems, place solid protection, and climb a wide variety of crack sizes. Whether you’re just learning how to hand jam or gearing up for multipitch climbing, this course is a great way for you to hone your skills and become a more confident trad climber.

We will start out with some gourmet coffee and baked goods at Coal Creek Coffee to discuss our plans for the day.

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Geo-Thermal Therapy - Warm & Cool, Gem & Mineral Stone Massage

Geo-Thermal Therapy - Warm & Cool, Gem & Mineral Stone Massage - Hulett, United States

Duration: 65 to 100 minutes
Location: Hulett, United States

From USD
$98.00

If you are planning to hike around “Devils Tower” National Monument and wish to enjoy a soothing massage after and/or wish to learn more about the significance of the the sacredness of the Bear Lodge Valley and Mato Tipila (home of Bear, house of healing) to the Lakota (Sioux) from a 7th generation traditionally mentored Inyan Pejuta Wiyan (translated- stone medicine woman), schedule a massage session or a visit with St8neWalker Stone Massage. Bunny Sings Wolf is a SD licensed massage therapist ... More info ›

If you are planning to hike around “Devils Tower” National Monument and wish to enjoy a soothing massage after and/or wish to learn more about the significance of the the sacredness of the Bear Lodge Valley and Mato Tipila (home of Bear, house of healing) to the Lakota (Sioux) from a 7th generation traditionally mentored Inyan Pejuta Wiyan (translated- stone medicine woman), schedule a massage session or a visit with St8neWalker Stone Massage. Bunny Sings Wolf is a SD licensed massage therapist. Her relatives fought on both sides of the Battle of the Little Bighorn (cavalry and “Indian”). She was recently interviewed on Episode 7 of Holy Travelers “Sacred Landscapes."

A uniquely relaxing healing therapeutic massage employing custom selected warm and cool gem and mineral stones, aromatherapy, contemporary and traditional massage. Cultural, historical and Lakota perspectives about the sacredness of the Black Hills and the specific energy and significance of stones employed is also available if requested.

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