The 2019 season at Confluences River Expeditions! Remembering incredible times.

The summer of 2019 was truly special for the Confluences river family. We had multiple trips down our beloved Salmon River with both old and new friends. We had trips with families that came out on the river and found a place of connection and adventure. We also had a trip with Camp Hodia, an Idaho camp for kids with diabetes.  We learned on that trip that there is nothing like finding independence and friendship through exploration in the Frank Church Wilderness. We saw many young faces out on the river this summer and it fills our hearts to the brim when we can share the Salmon River with the younger generations. 

We created a short video highlighting the Confluences experience with many clips from the 2019 season! We hope you enjoy it as much as we did. If you were on the river with us we hope it brings back fun-filled memories. If you’ve been thinking about getting out on the River of No Return, please don’t hesitate to reach out! 

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Our mission is to bring groups together for world class experiences on the Salmon River. We want to provide unparalleled opportunities for fun vacations, family reunions, corporate training, and more! 

The team at Confluences is looking forward to this year’s season. 2020 is shaping up to be an incredible summer. We can’t wait to make more memories back out on our beloved Salmon River! Thank you to everyone who made our 2019 season so unforgettable!

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Confluences River Expeditions has offered world-class Idaho rafting trips on the gorgeous River of No Return since 1982. We give personal service from the first phone call to the last rapid. Book your unforgettable Main Salmon River adventure today!

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