Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Summer in Jackson Hole

The following is a guest post by Sands Whitewater & Scenic River Trips:

Ahhhh. Summer in Jackson. Where the days linger forever, the air is so crisp you’ll want to bottle it up and the adventures you’ll have here are endless. Once you experience a Jackson Hole summer day, you’ll soon be trying to figure out a way to extend your trip or better yet, plan your next one.

There isn’t exactly a shortage of things to do in the valley once you get here. A personal favorite of mine is hitting the river and going rafting. You’ll soon learn that everyone and their mother (and probably their grandmother) has taken a rafting trip down the Snake River. Why you ask? Because it’s the most amount of good, clean fun you can have in Jackson in three hours or less!

The day is a breeze. You roll up to the office 20-30 minutes before your trip, sign your life away fill out a waiver and jump on a bus to take you to your starting point. When you arrive, your guide/new best friend will give you detailed instructions on how the day will play out. Before you know it, you’re in the raft with all your new friends heading down the river.

What to expect on the ride down the river? Well… a little bit of the unexpected. You’ll hit famous rapids like the Big Kahuna, Lunch Counter and Champagne. You’ll be bounced around a little or maybe a lot. You’ll laugh so hard your cheeks will hurt and the smile will inevitably take hours, maybe days, to be wiped from you face. Finish your trip by serving up high fives all around the boat with all your best friends. As you head back to town, a wave of adrenaline will overcome you. You’ve officially had a real Jackson experience. For those of us who live here, we just call that a normal day, so good on you for living it up like a local while you’re here.

So… You’re coming to Jackson. You want to have the classic experience, yeah? Well, what are you waiting for?! Give us a shout and we’ll give you the classic Jackson Hole day and so much more.



Jeff
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