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What you need to bring and what we will provide. Also see below.

eligibility criteria

The Selway is a Class 4 whitewater river set in a remote wilderness setting. This is a list of health and physical requirements to participate.


Please review and acknowledge risk prior to your trip. You will physically sign a release at the start of the trip.


gear list:

what you need to bring/what we provide

river gear

  • Sandals (Chaco, Teva, Keen) with heel strap or tennis shoes & fleece socks. NO FLIP FLOPS OR SLIP-ONS ON THE RIVER!

  • 2 - 3 swimsuits or shorts

  • Lightweight clothing, (synthetic long-sleeved shirts) for sun protection

  • Brimmed hat, (a spare is a good idea, baseball style is fine)

  • Waterproof sunscreen/block (SPF 30), lip balm

  • Sunglasses with strap, (maybe not your best pair)

  • Water bottle

  • Waterproof camera, (if you bring your cell phone to use as a camera, we strongly recommend getting a sturdy case such as a Lifeproof or Otterbox)

  • Polypropylene pile or fleece top (essential)

  • Waterproof rain shell (essential) and rain pants

  • Fishing gear- Idaho State Fishing Licenses available online or in Hamiliton MT

camp gear

  • 2 complete changes of clothing (versatile pants and shirts, cotton is fine - something fun for dinner is encouraged!)

  • Extra socks, (wool or fleece are best), and underwear.

  • Camp shoes, (flip flops or trail running shoes, ultra-lite boots, tennis shoes, etc. Something you can walk and hike in comfortably)

  • Warm jacket, (thick fleece is great - will work on-river as well - or compact/down coat)

  • Polypropylene pile or fleece pants (encouraged)

  • Fleece or wool beanie

  • Small towel, biodegradable soap and shampoo

  • Personal hygiene items, including insect repellent, skin lotion, etc. Please bring twice the amount needed of any essential medicine

  • Small flashlight with extra batteries, (headlamps are great)

  • Beer, wine, liquor, or soda in unbreakable containers, (cans or plastic bottles)

what we will provide

  • Freshly laundered sleeping bag

  • small camp pillow

  • Sleeping bag liner

  • Self-inflating sleeping pad

  • Tarp or ground cloth

  • Two-person tent*

  • Camp chair

  • Plate and eating utensils

  • Mug

  • Waterproof splash jacket and splash pants.

  • Neoprene wetsuit (if necessary)

  • US Coast Guard approved Type V Personal Flotation Device

*TENTS: We will bring 1 tent for one and two person reservations; 2 tents for three and four person reservations. Please let us know if you need alternative tent space or if you prefer to bring your own tent

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