Three Day Adventure for Native Americans/Alaska Natives
July 6-8, 2024

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Program Details


This specialty trip is designed for cancer survivors who are also Native Americans/Alaska Natives (defined as a person who carries a Federal CIB [Certificate of Indian Blood]).

A 3-day adventure floating 39 miles of the Salmon River from Vinegar Creek to Lucille with Mountain River Outfitters. Perfect for newcomers and experienced rafters alike, the Salmon River drifts past miles of breathtaking mountains and craggy cliffs with world-famous rapids. Led by experienced guides, this trip will give participants the opportunity to meet and bond with other adult survivors.
Campsites have sand, uneven terrain, and some rocky areas where participants access the river. The ability to self-ambulate and maintain balance with minimal assistance is mandatory for this extended-day river adventure.

As we navigated the exhilarating rapids together, I couldn’t help but notice the camaraderie that developed among our group. The shared experiences and challenges forged bonds that will undoubtedly last a lifetime. I am grateful for the opportunity to meet such wonderful individuals from diverse backgrounds and forge new friendships. It was inspiring to witness how people can come together united by a common passion for adventure and a love for the outdoors.”

  • No rafting/camping experience necessary
  • Camping gear including sleeping bag, tent and life vest supplied
  • The adventure is free but does require a $50 registration fee*
  • Medical release from your physician required to participate

*  Limited Need-based Registration
and Travel Scholarships Available