Kayaking & Paddleboarding

Over 60 miles of winding river in the Jackson Hole valley await. Whether kayaking or stand up paddleboarding, vistas, wildlife, fresh mountain air and crystal clear waters greet you as you spend time on the water.

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River Kayaking & Stand Up Paddle Boarding

Guided kayaking and paddle boarding on the Snake River is available for all ability levels. Scenic and exciting, there are over 60 miles of river for you to learn on in Jackson Hole valley. A private guide will allow beginners to learn at exactly their own pace. For novices and beyond, your instructor will help you achieve your goals and move on to the next level.

Half day lessons are great for getting on the water for a few hours. They last around 4 ½ hours and you can expect 2 hours on the water after gearing up, transportation to the river, and the off water instruction. Half day lessons leave at 8:30am and 2:00pm from the boat house in downtown Jackson.

Full day lessons are a great way to get a true river experience. You will meet them at 9:00am at the boat house in downtown Jackson and you will return around 5:30-6pm. After gearing up, transportation, off water instruction, and lunch, you can expect to be on the water for 8 hours.

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