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From its source high in the Rocky Mountains, the Colorado river twists and turns, passing through five states and Mexico, before spilling into the Pacific Ocean. A spectacular labyrinth of gorges and canyons have been cut into the landscape by the river and it’s tributaries. The longest and most magnificent of these is, of course, the Grand Canyon. On Friday, August 13, 1869, John Wesley Powell, preparing for his entrance into the canyon, wrote in his diary, “And what a world of grandeur is spread before us! Below is the canyon through which the Colorado runs. We are ready to start our way down the great unknown..” Today we know what lies behind every turn, but the journey down the river
Rafting the Main Salmon River in Idaho with OARS, summer 2007. Oarsman “Bronco” (Bill Bruchak) has made more than 100 trips down the Grand Canyon; in the off season he’s a ski patroller in Colorado. He’s a stud.
Also known as “The River of No Return,” Idaho’s Salmon River is one of the mountain west’s great whitewater rafting destinations. For more than 84 miles, the Main Salmon River descends the country’s second deepest gorge. Flowing through wilderness backcountry, past abandoned mines, homesteads, and Native American historical sites. With a gradient twice that of the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon, the river is punctuated with Class III and IV rapids and provides plenty of action for individuals and families of all ages, capabilities, and interests. World class whitewater adventure, wildlife viewing (black bears, big horn sheep, river otters, birds of prey), white sandy beaches, and clean blue-green water, scrumptious Dutch oven meals, a variety of water craft to play with, coupled with visits to historical sites, makes Idaho’s Main Salmon River the absolute finest, all-around river for rafters of all ages and experience. Call us at 800-231-2769 to come play in our backyard! www.WorldWideRiver.com
Xcorps #40.) HELLS CANYON -seg.5 HD- Shot in the wild Hells Canyon area of western Idaho along the Oregon border this rugged scenic and powerful Xcorps episode features on camera host Jason Lazo rocketing up class 4 rapids in a 600 HP custom jet-boat and catching a 9 foot 250 pound monster fish on a river called The Snake! The wild clean outdoors fills the big screen in this show with the Xcams going wide to catch a gorge 2000 feet deeper than the Grand Canyon cut out by one of the longest and remote US rivers all captured on HD tape for the XC viewer! The show opens up with Jason near Whitebird Idaho-pop.150- dropping down to Pittsburg Landing in the Hells Canyon National Recreation area to meet with Eric Pardue from Killgore Adventures who provide jet boat river tours, hunting and fishing on the Snake and Salmon Rivers. This is wild outdoor adventures Xcorps style! Jason takes off up river in a custom all aluminum Idaho made Bentz boat fitted with twin 350 V-8s that can handle the powerful big river whitewater with thrilling ease! It took our widest lenses to capture the spectacular scenery of the canyon and Jason did a great job of hosting from the rolling and pitching deck of the speeding boat named Moonshine as it powered up rapids with names like Wild Sheep and Granite Creek and Green Room! Music from SubNoiZe band Mower fits the action. Hang on! Great HD shots on board and looking down from riverside cliffs with not a building or sign of civilization to be seen …