Wild and Scenic Idaho: the Middlefork of the clearwater river

Fish, Float or Simply Watch the River Roll


On October 2, 1968 President Lyndon Johnson signed the National Wild and Scenic Rivers Act in order “to protect the nation’s wild and scenic rivers from development that would substantially change their wild or scenic nature.” (Wikipedia) The Clearwater River in Idaho (pictured above) was one of the original eight rivers designated Wild and Scenic by this law. Another Idaho river, the Salmon River, was also included in the first eight American Wild and Scenic rivers.   

Reflections Inn


This special 8 room getaway provides the kind of unplugged experience that is rare in our modern world.  Step back in time while you enjoy a cup of Reflections Inn private blend.  Take a deep breath and appreciate the best of wild and scenic Idaho. 

Winter, Spring, Summer or Fall


The seasons are all unique on the Wild and Scenic Clearwater River!  If year round views of the river are what you're looking for, consider this 16+ acre parcel with an approved home site and 4+ acre fenced pasture for the horses.    SOLD/Spring 2018

natural history

Pack Trips


Have you ever dreamt of riding into the Idaho wilderness to experience breath taking mountain views?  Eagle Mountain Pack Bridge is just one of the many routes you can take to make that dream a reality.  

Upriver Exploration


I Never Felt Poor Except In Town is a memoir of growing up the daughter of an outfitter.  Jean Carroll's book shares the history of her adventures up the Selway as a child.  

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River Adventures


WIth some of the best whitewater in the country, if not the world, Idaho's Locha, Selway, Clearwater and Salmon Rivers offer a variety of floating adventures for every skill level.