Jackson Hole Scenic Float

Jackson Hole scenic float

Co-Owner and guide Jeff Rossberg with guests on a Jackson Hole scenic float trip.

The 13-mile Jackson Hole scenic float trip begins west of Jackson Hole at the Wilson Bridge and ends at South Park. This section of the Snake River winds through some of the most scenic wilderness area in the West with the magnificent Teton Mountains constantly in view. Bald eagles, osprey and pelicans are in abundance on this stretch of the river as well as moose, deer and elk who wander down to the river for a drink. 

This float trip will be memorable experience for the whole family. We provide an unhurried experience with personal, friendly attention to every guest. All our river guides have spent many years on the river and love to share their knowledge about the wildlife, local lore and much more.

 Jackson Hole Scenic Float Trip

Jackson Hole scenic float trip

Co-Owner and guide Jeff Rossberg with guests on a Jackson Hole scenic float trip.

As an added bonus–rafts and gear are brand new for this season. All rafts are equipped with Coast Guard approved life jackets. Fleece blankets for cool mountain mornings are provided along with rain ponchos in case of a sudden mountain shower to make your trip comfortable. Also binoculars are available on each raft. Our rafts allow you to sit back and enjoy the ride while your guide does all the work. 

We will pick you up at your hotel in Jackson (or Teton Village) or if you prefer we will meet you at the Home Ranch Town parking lot at the corner of Gill and North Cache Street. At the end of the trip, we will return you to your point of pickup. 

Plan on 3 hours for your trip—about 2 hours on the river plus travel time to the river and back. 

Rafting with Black Dog will leave you with a big smile and an unforgettable vacation memory.