Information About Our River Trips

Get ready for your adventure!

What to wear?

That depends on the type of river trip – scenic or whitewater. Be sure to bring layers with you as each season on the Snake River can be different. Sunglasses and hats are a must.


  • Bathing suit or quick drying shorts and a t-shirt
  • Water shoes or sneakers – NO flip flops or crocs

Scenic Trips:
Whatever you’re comfortable in! Wear layers in the morning as it tends to be chilly.

What to bring?

Lunch is not included (except on our Private Floats) and we encourage you to bring your water bottle as we are trying to do our part and not give out plastic water bottles.

We will provide life jackets and splash jackets. Wetsuits and booties are available for rent

Bring whatever you’d like (change of clothes, snacks & water, towels, etc.) and USE YOUR BUS SEAT AS A LOCKER! Your bus driver will stay with the bus the whole time you’re on the river.

Bring your camera on this part of the river! We usually see lots of wildlife like bald eagles and hopefully some big game.

Cancellation Information

We charge a minimum of $10 to cancel any trip outside the cancellation policy. No refund will be available if cancelled within our cancellation policy.

  • Cancel before 48 Hours of your scheduled trip time for all trips including Whitewater, Combo and Teton Views Scenic Float Trips, we will refund the entire charge, minus a $10 cancellation fee.
  • Goups of 8+ on all river trips, including private trips, will get a 100% (minus $10 cancellation fee) refund cancelled one week prior to the trip. Groups of 20+ will receive 100% refund (minus $10 cancellation fee) if cancelled 30 days prior to the trip.

Please note: We do run trips in inclement weather and it is your responsibility to check your phone or weather app and make a call or email to the shop to cancel your trip if the weather does not look good to you! Please allow enough time to cancel your trip within the cancellation policy stated above.

Bad Weather Policy

Trip may be cancelled due to inclement weather


Private transportation starting at $350 (Just the group to and from the river). Let one of our friendly drivers cater you down to the river and have a more private experience!

Wildlife We See On Our Rafting Trips

Bald Eagle

Bald eagles are probably the most visible of the wildlife you will see while on the Snake River in Jackson in the Summer and Fall. Because they feed off of fish, you will spot them in the trees or circling around looking for food.


The Osprey is a large raptor, reaching more than 60 cm (24 in) in length and 180 cm (71 in) across the wings. It is brown on the upperparts and predominantly greyish on the head and underparts. Nests are located easily by their grandeur in size located atop telephone poles or high up in trees.


Moose are often located along the Snake River to cool down and graze on foliage. They can be very aggressive especially if accompanied by offspring. Fortunately with Teton Expeditions you will be a safe distance and the binoculars that we provide will give you a close up look without having to in any danger.


Keep a sharp eye for foxes at play. They are not very big but when you see them you will surely smile. They are very playful and elusive. Their hunting techniques are thrilling to watch as they pounce on their prey!


The Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem elk herd numbers over 200,000 individuals and during the spring and fall, they take part in the longest elk migration in the continental U.S. Elk in the southern regions of Yellowstone National Park and in the surrounding National Forests migrate south towards the town of Jackson, Wyoming where they winter for up to six months on the National Elk Refuge. Conservationists there ensure the herd is well fed during the harsh winters. Many of the elk that reside in the northern sections of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem migrate to lower altitudes in Montana, mainly to the north and west.


Marmots are large ground squirrels in the genus Marmota, with 15 species living in Asia, Europe, and North America. You can view these on the banks of the Snake River! These herbivores are active during the summer, when they can often be found in groups, but are not seen during the winter, when they hibernate underground. They are the heaviest members of the squirrel family.