1. What To Leave Behind On Your River Trip

    When it comes to exploring the backcountry, there are few ways more luxurious than rafting. Unlike backpacking, where every ounce counts, having a raft allows you to haul extra items with you, like camping chairs, coolers full of fresh food, and all the clean underwear you could ever want. But just …Read More

  2. Packing For A Rafting Trip

    There’s something that feels distinctly timeless about a multi-day rafting trip down a river. Maybe because it conjures up visions of explorers rowing and paddling down the same rivers hundreds of years prior. Or perhaps it’s the mirrored imagery of time slipping by as the water courses around y…Read More

  3. Salmon River White Water Rafting

    When it comes to river travel, nothing has quite the same allure as white water rafting. While we’re the first to admit that we love taking our jet boat out on the water first and foremost, we still love any chance we can get to float a raft down the wild twist and turns of Hells Canyon and the Sa…Read More

  4. Being A Good Steward Of Nature

    There’s no denying that Hell’s Canyon in Idaho is one of the most spectacular places on earth. With immense canyon walls, a roaring river, lush vegetation, and ancient animal life, there are few places like it. The opportunity to travel up and down Hells Canyon on one of Killgore Adventures jet …Read More

  5. Understanding The River Rapids Class System

    Often, when our customers first arrive for their jet boat tour or white water rafting trip, at least one person will pipe up about what category of rapids we’ll be taking them through. The fixation, of course, is on class 5 rapids, as fearsome as they sound. But many people don’t understand what…Read More

  6. Taking The Perfect River Photo

    Like all good blogs about photography, we’ll open with the old cliche, “a picture is worth a thousand words.” While this may be the case, sometimes the photos you take are only met with a few words like “did you mean for the photo to turn out like this?” It’s true, river photography can …Read More

  7. The National Park Vacation Loop

    Did you know that many of Idaho visitors “Make the Loop”; The National Park Vacation Loop and see all three National Parks on the same trip. You can start at Yellowstone, then drive over to Western Idaho to Hells Canyon, which is the Deepest Gorge in North America, (deeper that the Grand Canyon…Read More

  8. Hells Canyon – North America’s Deepest Gorge

    Visit Idaho's deepest gorge in North America- HELLS CANYON. Take an Idaho Jet Boat Tour with Killgore Adventures in Hells Canyon the # 1 Outdoor Adventure Company in White Bird, Idaho. Visit their website at www.killgoreadventures.com to see their video of the Wild River Tour in Hells Canyon it is a…Read More

  9. Hells Canyon – Salmon River Jet Boat Loop Tour

      The Loop Tour can only be run when the river conditions are at a very specific flow. This usually happens only once or twice a year. The Salmon River conditions must be just right to begin our rare, but exciting Loop Tour! It is two tours in one! This tour starts at Pittsburgh Landing on the Snak…Read More

  10. Ready for Spring time Hiking……. Try Hells Canyon!

    Hells Canyon on the Snake River boasts 26 miles of trail alongside the Deepest Gorge in North America. From day hikes to longer overnight hikes - the canyon provides breathtaking panoramic views of the rugged peaks and the Snake River below. Springtime is the perfect time to hike in Hells Canyon due…Read More