1. Make Outdoor Travel Easy With the Layering System

    Have you ever been caught outside when it starts to rain suddenly? It’s not a great feeling, especially if you don’t have an umbrella or rain jacket to keep you dry. Ever caught a chill while hiking and didn’t have a fleece to warm you back up?  Traveling outdoors, be it hiking, ATV tours, or…Read More

  2. How To Prepare For Your First Helicopter Ride

    By now, most of us have figured out the rhythm behind taking an airplane ride. Overpay for tickets, get to the airport three hours early, wait in line, wait in another line, sprint to your gate only to wait in yet another line. Board, fly, land. But for many, flying in a helicopter is often a once-i…Read More

  3. Your ATV Pre-Ride Checklist

    There’s nothing quite like turning over the engine on your ATV for the first time in the riding season. With its throaty roar, your ATV suddenly becomes more than just a machine. It’s a promise of adventure, a faithful companion, and a chance to connect with remote parts of the world. But before…Read More

  4. Feeling Down? It’s Time To Get Up and Go Outside

    You know that that really granola guy down the street? The one who’s always going on trips to National Parks and forests? You ever wonder why he’s always in a good mood? Why, even when he’s caught in a rainstorm biking home from work he’s still got a smile on his face? It’s because he’s …Read More

  5. The 5 Reasons You Should Try River Travel

    In the modern world, we travel every day. We hop in our cars and drive anywhere we want. We board airplanes and fly across the world. But very few of us travel by river on a regular basis. As such, it’s not something that many put thought into. After all, when there are planes, trains, and automob…Read More

  6. Idaho’s Most Amazing Features

    The Western United States is one of the most diverse and varied landscapes in the world. More than just rolling hills and pine trees, you’ll find incredible natural treasures nearly everywhere you look. In particular, the state of Idaho is home to some of the nation’s, and the world’s, most sp…Read More

  7. Easy Ways to Treat Motion Sickness on Your Jet Boat Tour

    The jet boat is blasting through Hells Canyon. Around you roars the raging Snake River. Sprays of water splash up the sides of the boat and you lurch to one side, bumping into your friend. They laugh, you blanch. As the boat bucks against the rapids, your stomach turns. The nausea seems to bubble up…Read More

  8. Reducing Your Impact While Rafting

    When done right, a river rafting can have a very minimal impact on the environments you travel through. That’s because you can pack out nearly everything you pack in with you. Our rivers are surprisingly precious and fragile resources, making it vital that we limit our impact when we travel on the…Read More

  9. Planning Your First Whitewater Rafting Trip

    As the temperatures begin to rise and summer heats up, it’s time to cool off with a trip down the river. Rafting is a great way to break up your summer, and whitewater rafting, in particular, can keep you cool while also adding a splash of excitement into your regular routine. But if you’ve neve…Read More

  10. The 5 Items Most People Forget On Their Fishing Trips

    The weather is right, the sun is shining, and the rivers are full. Yes, it’s fishing season once again, and that means it’s time to get out to beautiful Hells Canyon to explore the Snake and Salmon rivers. Here at Killgore Adventures, we run river boat fishing trips throughout the year. While we…Read More