Idaho: The Whitewater StateNo other state can offer rafters such a variety of whitewater experience ... from alpine rivers like the Selway and the Lochsa to desert rivers like the Bruneau and the Owyhee.

The legendary Salmon River may have stopped Lewis & Clark in 1805, but today high-tech rafts propel entire families down Idaho's 3,500 miles of runnable whitewater-- more than any other state in the lower forty-eight.

Using archival footage of early rafting excursions, as well as interviews with outfitters and guides and video of some of the West's most famous rapids, OUTDOOR IDAHO: "The Whitewater State" shows why people flock to Idaho for the thrill of a lifetime.


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