Middle Fork River Expeditions

Middle Fork of the Salmon River & the River of No Return

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Unplug and Reconnect in the largest roadless Wilderness Complex in the US.

  • 4, 6 & 12 day Whitewater Rafting and Fly Fishing Adventures
  • Class II/III+ rapids on gin-clear water thru canyons deeper than Grand Canyon
  • Soak in river-side hotsprings along the way
  • More River Craft Options than any other outfitter- Fly Fishing Drift Boats, Wooden Dories, Oar-Powered Rafts, Inflatable Kayaks, Paddle Boats & Stand Up Paddle Boards available on most trips for no extra charge
  • Idaho Licensed Professional Guides are First Aid and Swiftwater Rescue Certified
  • We Supply Everything (tents, sleeping bag, 2 pads, pillow, dry bags, wetsuits and splash gear). You just bring your personal items
  • Gourmet river cuisine with home-made ingredients (Sample Menu)
  • Blue Ribbon Cutthroat Trout Fishing with Drift Boats on the Middle Fork
  • Get both itineraries on the side bar to the right

Middle Fork River Expeditions, a licensed and bonded outfitter in the state of Idaho, has run safe and well-managed river trips on the Middle Fork and the River of No Return for over 30 years. Over 70% of our guests are past guests or referrals from past guests.

Ready to Sign Up?

Just fill out the Reservation Form and Waiver below and send to us with a $500 deposit/person to secure your spot on a trip. Check with us first to be sure we have the space.

Reservation Form
Waiver

MFRE is permitted to operate under Special Use Permit on the Salmon Challis National Forest, Member of Idaho Outfitters and Guides Association, Idaho Outfitters & Guides Licensing Board, America Outdoors, Middle Fork Outfitters Associatio and founding member of the Salmon River Outfitters Association.

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