River Season Means River Shuttles

Whitewater Rafting in Idaho

With rafting season making its appearance this summer, there will no doubt be enthusiastic adventure seekers making their way to all the whitewater fun Idaho has to offer this summer. But what do you need to know before going out into the wild? We’re assuming that you have a passion for the outdoors and rafting, but other than that, you’ll need to know your skill level and level of comfort with certain rapids and classes of rapids. If you have this figured out, you may also need to know how to get there.

There are a few choices to consider when getting to your destination. Of course, driving yourself is an option, assuming you have a vehicle. On top of this, you’ll probably want to know not only the directions to the town you’re heading to, along with the specific directions to the area of the river you’re putting into. You can also consider carpooling to the area. This has some extra advantages because you’re splitting the cost of gas and you have more people to know the specific directions to your destination.

The third and most sensible option is to use Caldwell Transportation’s river shuttles to get you where you need to go. We have years of experience in carting adventure and thrill seekers to the most sought-after whitewater destinations the state.

Here’s what you need to know:

  • We depart Boise Air Terminal at 4 pm and we will arrive in Stanley at approximately 7 pm.
  • You will hook up with any river guides or outfitter that you have previously made plans with.
  • Rafting the river will take place and you will find accommodations for both days you are staying.
  • We will then depart Stanley’s Mountain Village Lodge at 7 am and arrive at the Boise Air Terminal around 10 am.
  • The cost for the service is $96 per person for a one-way ticket and $187 a person for a round trip.

If this sounds like a solid plan, don’t hesitate to contact us for more information!

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