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additional info:

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reservation form

Click the button to the left fill out the Reservation Form.


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


Please review our menu and lets us know if you have any dietary restrictions

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.

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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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