Jackson Hole Scenic Float Tours

20100701-DSC_3445-23.134202152_largeScenic Float Trips down the most popular section of the Snake River. This 13 mile float trip down the majestic Snake River affords fantastic views of the Teton and Snake River mountain ranges and offers a variety of wildlife viewing opportunities.

This area is renowned for its abundant Bald Eagle population. You will definitely see these magnificent creatures and you may also see Osprey, Great Blue Herons, Sandhill Cranes and a variety of hawks and falcons as well as our resident population of White Pelicans, a rare sight this far from the ocean.  Towards the end of the trip you pass along the South Park Wildlife Management Area, an area known for its abundant wildlife.

Teton Scenic Float Tours wants want to make your scenic float trip an experience you will never forget.

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Private Raft Trips Available at Great Rates

Contact us today to book your scenic float!

What Our Customers Have to Say

Float trip in September ??
By April – Sep 20, 2010

The float trip was a major highlight of our trip! We had 13 adults and took two rafts down the river for an amazing and relaxing 13 mile trip! The weather was beautiful and we saw beaver dams, bald eagles and tons of beautiful color on the trees! Our tour guides were Will and Allie…they were both amazing and were very knowledgeable! We all learned a lot about the area and wildlife during the trip! If you’re in the area I would definitely not miss out on this great trip and would highly recommend this company to go through…the lunch was wonderful and it felt as though they were a part of our group for the day! Thank you for making our experience so wonderful and taking such good care of us! We loved that you came to us and took us to our destination and had our vehicle ready for us where we ended! That was great! See you again if we have the chance to come to Jackson Hole again!

 

Other wildlife you may encounter on the river include Moose, Elk, Deer. Beaver and River Otters.
Sightings of these animals occur from time to time and are most frequent in the cooler morning and late afternoon hours.