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Getting you to your Favorite Idaho Destination

Getting around in Idaho

If you’re interested in a little outdoor adventure this summer, look no further than a river shuttle service from Caldwell Transportation. We have been running river shuttles up to Stanley and Salmon for a number of years, bringing our customers the best option to get up to the Sawtooths and back safely. There are many things that we do well, and river shuttles are definitely one of them.

Get a Charter Bus for your Next Corporate Event

Get a Charter Bus for your Next Corporate Event

If you have a medium to large sized business looking for transportation for your next corporate event, look no further. Caldwell Transportation specializes in getting large groups to a destination in a professional manner. In fact, we have some experience when it comes to corporate events and transporting large groups of people from Point A to Point B.

3 Awesome Things to do in Stanley

3 things to do in Stanley Idaho

If you’ve never taken the trek to the Sawtooth range and have been in the area of Stanley, Idaho, then you’re missing out. Stanley is one of Idaho’s premier destinations for outdoor enthusiasts and attracts a yearly crowd from all over the world. With world-class river sports, outdoor activities like camping and hiking, and great scenery, there is no questioning why people love it up there.

Summer Fun in Stanley, Idaho

Middle Fork River Rafting

If you have ever spent a summer in this fine state that we call home, then you’ll be well aware of all the summer fun and activities that Idaho has to offer. Depending on where you live, there are a lot of things to do in terms of water sports just a short distance away. If it’s mountains you like, then there are plenty of areas to hike and have a good time outdoors.

Why Choose a River Shuttle Service?

Shuttle to Stanley Idaho

If you are looking to partake in some outdoor fun this summer, then you don’t need to look far to add river rafting to the list of things to do, especially in Idaho. Whether you are a person that has lived in Idaho all of your life, or if you are visiting for the summer, river rafting is something that should be experienced. But where does a person start when looking to partake in river rafting?

The Different Rivers that Idaho has to Offer

River running in the spring

As mentioned in our previous blog, Idaho is a state of many different outdoor activities. With its many outside activities, it is especially known to have some of the best whitewater the world can offer. There are many different rivers in this state that people travel to from all over just to get a shot at some great class 4 and class 5 rapids.

Choosing the Right River to Raft

Choosing a River Raft

If you’re excited about some outdoor fun this summer, you don’t need to go far in Idaho. Since Idaho is well known for its outdoor activities in the summer, there have been plenty of books written and websites built around some of the great things to do when the weather gets nice. One of the great things is that the weather is starting to get nicer and the days longer. That means that things like fishing, hiking, and rafting are just around the corner.

That Time of Year is Fast Approaching

The time of year when the snow melts and turns into the flowing, and eventually raging, rivers of Idaho is fast approaching. Ok, so we know it is still a ways off, but realistically, we’re about a month away from it technically being spring. And with spring comes summer, which will spell white water fun from the many popular river destinations that Idaho has to offer.

Jackpot is Always Still an Option

Weekend trip to Jackpot

If you find yourself bored on a Friday or Saturday night and feel like getting out of the house and into the hustle and bustle of a casino, look no further than our Jackpot Express. We have been specializing in taking people down to Jackpot for quite some time now, so you know we can be a trusted form of transportation. What’s better than hopping on the bus, crossing the border, and hitting the small gambling town of Jackpot on a weekend night?

Get up to Bogus While you Still Can

There is still time to get up to Bogus Basin

If you know Idaho weather, then you know that it is sometimes unpredictable. Weather patterns will make you think it’s turning into spring and then hit you with another freeze when you’re least expecting it. But one thing is certain, and that is the closing date for Bogus Basin. The good news to all this is that you’re still able to get up to the mountain a couple more times as the closing date doesn’t occur until April.

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