Wednesday, November 28, 2012


Middle Fork of the Salmon River: Salmon-Challis National Forest, Idaho

"The Middle Fork of the Salmon River.  One of the world’s most popular whitewater rivers, with everything to offer you—rapids up to Class IV and glorious alpine and forest scenery as it flows through America’s largest roadless wilderness area outside Alaska.  Idaho’s Salmon River is the longest undammed, free-flowing river contained in a single state in the lower 48 states of the USA.

For the fly fisherman floating and fishing, Idaho's Middle Fork of the Salmon is a dream come true. The crystal clear waters are home to a high concentration of Rocky Mountain Cutthroat and Rainbow trout.  The majestic Middle Fork of the Salmon River will leave you breathless.  From dazzling whitewater rapids to precipitous granite walls towering over 1,500 feet. Beautiful campsites will meet your day’s end and quite possibly the soothing waters of a hot spring."

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