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The Snake River that winds through the Yellowstone and other parks is a gorgeous river that offers both calm flowing waters as well as whitewater areas. Definitely would recommend taking a rafting trip on this river. Do the combo trip that includes a quiet, scenic...More
Born in New York, traveled to 30 states and the Snake River is top bucket list to do. We took the 10 mile evening rafting trip from the Jackson Lodge. Excellent guide, very knowledgable and shared the history of the local structures along the shoreline....More
This is the river that winds its way down from Yellowstone, Grand Teton and onto past Jackson. There are plenty of places to enjoy this, from the parks themselves to turnouts on the road to Jackson Hole. We sat on the banks of this river...More
This river runs all through Yellowstone Park and is joined by the Lewis River just as it exits the southern border into Wyoming on its way down through Jackson Hole and into Idaho. Take some time to marvel at its beauty as you travel /...More
You cannot miss it if you're in Yellowstone!!! It is everywhere and it truly was named correctly. Beautiful to picnic by and just take in some breathtaking views. It started snowing on us while we were enjoying the vastness and beauty, but we still stayed...More
You have to go the Chapel of Transfiguration which is on the
Snake River. Unfortunately the ferry was not operating at the time we visited. The Rangers were very busy and could not run the ferry at the time.