5 Simple Steps to Booking the Ultimate Adventure

Idaho's Frank Church Wilderness

Idaho’s Frank Church Wilderness

#1-  Check your Schedule– We get it…Summers are busy.    Keep in mind the larger your group, the earlier you should reserve.   You can compare your party’s schedule to our Trip Calendar.   2015 groups are already booking.  Our trips sell out every summer and the July trips fill  first.

fyi….The calendar on rafttrips.com maintains our real-time availability for those who prefer to book online.

#2- Give Jared a call (208)345-2400 or send a note – We need to know your preferred date, number of people in your party and their ages. We will recommend a trip, discuss available dates, answer questions and make suggestions. We are happy to HOLD your seats for 7 days while we work through deposit and trip details.

#3- Everything you need to know- Following our initial conversation we will send a follow up email recapping our conversation and include Rocky’s Guest Information Packet.   It is loaded with a bunch of great info to help understand the itinerary and level of service you can expect on a Rocky trip.  We will also include a link to pay your deposit with an Amex, MC or Visa.

#4 Book & Confirm Travel:  Rocky’s guest guru, Krista is here to help with all your travel specifics.  She has a wealth of information  about Stanley lodging,  ground transportation, trip insurance, gear requirements, how the bathroom works and what’s for dinner.  For those flying from far, far away.  Krista will also help with arrival/departure details to make sure you are in the right place, at the right time.

Rocky loves trip insurance!  So much…we will pay 50% of your premium (avg premium $120 per person)

#5 Book the Trip of a Lifetime:  As soon as you are comfortable (or within 7 days) with your trip selection, travel details and all your questions have been answered.  Send us an email, give us a call or click on the link to reserve.  We will keep in touch with trip updates and be available for questions at any time.


So what’s stopping you?  Isn’t it time you unplug and reconnect with your family & friends on an Idaho Wilderness River?

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