History

wl drinkThe Middle Fork canyon is rich in history. From the original Native American inhabitants the Tukuduka, "Shoshone Mountain Sheepeater", to hearty prospectors and homesteaders, to the exploratory river runners, there are many chapters along its banks that tell incredible stories. If you would like to read about the Middle Fork and it history before the trip, there are a couple of great books available. The Middle Fork, A Guide; by Johnny Carrey and Cort Conley, published by Backeddy Books and Impassable Canyon- Journey Down the Middlefork ; by Matt Leidecker, published by Sun Valley Press. Both available from Amazon.com. As we travel the river each day we make a point of stopping at pictographs, old mining activity, and historical cabin sites to share these stories with our guests.

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Thanks for the Memories

Another Great Experience! Second time downriver with Clint and Molly Frank; this one even better than two years ago. Came in early June this time (vice mid-August), were able to float the top 25 miles of the river. More whitewater, more fun, same standard of excellence for service, food and drink--"glamping" as it is meant to be. The crew is experienced and personable, and the Franks are great organizers and perfect hosts.
Shirley,Tampa Bay
October 2016
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