Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing Trails in Idaho
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Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing Trails in Idaho

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Idaho has 141 flatwater kayaking & canoeing trails. These trails range from 0.75 to 100 miles in length. The most popular trails are Lower Coeur d'Alene River, Pack River and Clark Fork River Delta. Trails.com member Katie A. recently completed St. Joe - Three Lakes.
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The Pack River begins in northern Idaho’s best alpine scenery along the crest of the Selkirk ...
Priest Lake is the jewel of North Idaho, set amid cedar and pine forests at the base of ...
Numerous options make this trip suitable for anyone from power paddlers to families heading ...
Born in the Purcell Mountains of British Columbia, the Moyie flows 58 miles in Canada ...
Paddlers looking for a wilderness experience won’t find it on the upper Spokane River. ...
Bitch Creek flows through a secluded and beautiful canyon nestled amid rolling farmland ...
The Teton River gives boaters a great glimpse into the erosive power of rivers. It starts ...
The upper Teton River is one of the best flatwater river trips in the West. It’s an outstanding ...
Though scenic and accessible, the Sheep Falls run needs to be taken seriously. There are ...
This is where the Henry’s Fork starts to get down to business, and paddlers who haven’t ...
From Last Chance to Osborne Bridge below Harriman State Park, the Henry’s Fork winds through ...
Box Canyon is a short, scenic, and playful float that’s probably better known for its ...
Buffalo River may be the best canoe trip in Idaho—or anywhere, for that matter. The paddle ...
For 6 miles below Mack’s Inn, the Henry’s Fork is secluded and, for the most part, flat ...
The Big Springs National Water Trail may be the most popular flatwater day trip in eastern ...
Henry’s Lake is nestled in the northeast corner of southern Idaho, on the borders of Wyoming ...
The South Fork of the Snake boasts extremely scenic flatwater paddling and legendary tailwater ...
Alpine Canyon is on the Wyoming side of the Idaho- Wyoming border, but it’s an extremely ...
Oneida Narrows is a beautiful canyon and one of the most popular sections of the Bear ...
The Bear River cuts through a scenic basalt canyon below Grace Dam. Barring huge spring ...
The river begins in the Grandmother Mountain area southeast of Clarkia, Idaho, and runs ...
Anyone who reads national fly-fishing magazines has heard of the St. Joe River. Cars with ...
A power plant on the Spokane River has created an unusual paddling experience 32 water ...
Swarms of perch, crappie, and bass easily support predators that hunt this area from the ...
Drifting down the clear water, along the timbered shores of this stretch, a paddler might ...
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