Middle Fork of the Salmon River


Join The Montana Land Reliance and Boundary Expeditions from August 30, 2017 – September 4, 2017 on a 5-night/6-day whitewater float trip down the Salmon River in Idaho.

The Middle Fork is a 104-mile free-flowing river in the heart of the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness, originating 20 miles northwest of Stanley, Idaho, at the confluence of Bear Valley and Marsh Creeks.

Trip members will enjoy thrilling Class III+ whitewater rafting, hiking, world-class fishing, camping, delicious cuisine and the highest level of service from our professional guides and staff.

Boundary Expeditions will donate half the proceeds from the trip back to The Montana Land Reliance.



The Middle Fork is administered under a permit system to protect it from excessive human impact as this river corridor is rich with Native American and settler history. Part of that protection asks you, the user, to learn and practice Leave No Trace ethics. Because of its remote location, man’s presence in the area was somewhat limited, leaving it in the condition we see today. Only a few trails, landing strips, private ranches and Forest Service stations are evidence of man’s intrusion.

$2,495 per person. Trip is available for private charter with room for up to 10 guests.

Event Details

August 30 – September 4 | Middle Fork of the Salmon River | Idaho


Contact Information

Jessie Wiese | Southwest Manager | (406) 594 – 1570 | jessie@mtlandreliance.org


Contact Jessie Wiese for more details or to book the trip, or visit Boundary Expeditions for more information.