1. Gear to Pack on a Multi-Day Rafting Trip

    While it might still be too cold to go out on a rafting trip, that doesn’t mean you can’t start developing your packing list now. If you’ve only gone on day-long rafting trips, you probably pack pretty light. Generally, you’ll bring plenty of water and sunscreen, some snacks, and maybe a hea…Read More

  2. Staying Rafting Ready in the Off-Season

    Any river runner knows that moment. That time of the year when the water starts to get just a little too cold, when the air is more than just a little crisp, and when the sun spends less and less time in the sky. Yes, it’s the start of off-season for paddlers and rafters, and it’s one that many …Read More

  3. How to Prepare Your Gear For Winter Storage

    Here in Idaho, winter has well and truly settled in. While we long ago traded in our shorts and t-shirts for flannels and jeans, that doesn’t always mean we’ve done a great job of preparing our gear for the change in seasons. If you’re an avid outdoor recreator, or even an amateur one, it’s …Read More

  4. Backcountry Lessons You Can Bring Home With You

    Unless you work in the outdoor industry, many assume that the experiences and lessons they learn while recreating outdoors simply stay there when they go back to work. After all, how often do you use a map and compass while navigating your way through your city?  But the reality is that you can lea…Read More

  5. Choosing the Right Outdoor Adventure Company

    While we might be in the depths of winter here in White Bird, Idaho, we firmly believe that it’s never too early to start planning your next great adventure. After all, planning a great outing takes time and effort, and if you want to make the most of every moment, you have to weigh your options c…Read More

  6. The Outdoor Gear You Can Use On Any Adventure

    Whether you’re relatively new to the world of outdoor adventuring, or if you’re a seasoned veteran, one thing is clear; the right gear helps you do more. But what if you can’t afford specialized gear for super specific outdoor scenarios? What if you just need a basic kit that allows you to get…Read More

  7. The Best Winter Adventures in Idaho

    While the temperatures outside are dropping, the number of things to do is ramping up. That’s because the great people of Idaho just have an adventurous spirit, no matter the time of year. While we here at Killgore Adventures in White Bird have largely wrapped up our activities for the season, tha…Read More

  8. Tips and Tricks for Winter Fishing

    For those truly committed to fishing, there’s never an off-season for the sport. While ore casual anglers might turn in at the first sign of snow, the dedicated simply shrug on another layer, change their lures and head out into the snow and cold.  Despite the ice and chilly weather, winter is ac…Read More

  9. Can You Fish in Idaho in Winter?

    We’re always up for a great adventure, but we do recognize that adventuring gets a little challenging during different seasons throughout the year. While we here at Killgore Adventures are retiring to our warm beds in front of cozy fires for the winter, that doesn’t mean that you have to, and it…Read More

  10. What Makes a River Wild and Scenic?

    There’s something about a river. Perhaps it’s the huge amount of water it moves through the landscape, or maybe it’s the amazing scenery and ecosystems that run along its banks. Whether you’ve been to tiny tributaries or raging rapids, it’s hard to describe a river as anything but wild and…Read More