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Snake River Scenic Float with Teton Views

Highlights
  • 3-hour float down the Snake River from Jackson or Teton Village
  • Enjoy views of the Grand Tetons from the water
  • Take in the scenery while a guide does the paddling
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Snake River Scenic Float with Teton Views
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Enjoy a peaceful float down the Snake River. Your guide does all the work. Simply relax and take in the beautiful scenery and wildlife views all around you.
US$72.00
Scenic Float with Lunch
Enjoy a peaceful float down the Snake River. Your guide does all the work. Simply relax and take in the beautiful scenery and wildlife views all around you. This trip includes a deli box lunch.
US$72.00
Overview
Admire views of the Grand Tetons on a 3-hour scenic float down the Snake River. A guide does all the paddling so you can just relax and watch for wildlife along the water. When booking, you have the option to upgrade to include lunch.
What to Expect
Your tour starts with checking in at the Mad River Boathouse where you can purchase refreshments, indoor bathrooms are available, visit our retail shop and explore the River's Runner Museum. Transportation is included and will drop you off at Wilson Bridge where you'll hop on your inflatable, self-bailing, 18-foot (5.5-meter) AIRE raft, which seats 16 passengers but this tour averages eight to 10 guests per boat. 

Then set off down the Snake River with your guide, who does all the paddling so you can simply relax and take in the views of the dramatic Teton mountain range. Float 13 miles (21 km) down the river, watching for wildlife and listening to your guide's narration about the history and geology of the region. The waters here are calm, so cameras and binoculars are welcome on the raft to help you spot osprey, beavers, bald eagles, cliff swallows, and trout; if you're lucky, you might catch a glimpse of a mule deer, elk, or even a bear.

The time of your tour departure depends on the season, but mornings are the ideal time, as this is when the light fog lifts and sunlight casts a glow on the mountains. This is also the best time to spot wildlife.

Your tour ends with return to your departure point.
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1 - 5 of 12 reviews

Reviewed 4 days ago
Exactly what we expected!

Reading some of the bad reviews prior to writing this one, I am amazed at the people angered and dissapointed with safety measures. But I guess when you don't understand you don't understand safety first.Our trip was eveything we expected and more . Lunch was...More

Thank Tony W
Reviewed 1 week ago
A great experience!

We had a great float trip down the Snake River. Our guide, Christian, was extremely knowledgeable and friendly. We saw around 12 eagles including some nests. A beautiful way to spend the morning.

Thank William F
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Great Day on The Snake River

What a great scenic trip floating down the snake river. There was so much wildlife to see and great pictures to take. Our guide Mark was fantastic!! He was very knowledgeable about the area and had great suggestions. For sure book Mad River!!!

Thank guynaima
Reviewed 10 July 2018
A Wonderful Teton Scenic Float Tour

My son bought us this as a Christmas gift for my husband and I. We loved it! We had the best tour guide ever!! Ryan was educated, and knowledgeable about the area. He learned everyone's names on the boat. We were with a fun family...More

2  Thank Colleen S
Reviewed 26 June 2018 via mobile
Stunning scenery

Our boatman was immensely skilled and guided us smoothly down the river which was very fast flowing. We saw pelicans and bald eagles amongst other birds. It was a very enjoyable trip.

Thank Mary B
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