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Video: Visualize rafting lower Salmon River rapids

Lower Salmon River Drift 2011 from Tanner Grant on Vimeo.

WHITEWATER — This isn't one of those adrenaline rush whitewater videos. Instead it's an instructive video for rafters wanting to visualize the scenery and the water as you'd do a five-day float the Lower Salmon River into the Snake.

This video was shot by Spokane rafter Tanner Grant during a Sept. 16-20, 2011, drift of the Lower Salmon and Snake Rivers. They put in just above Hammer Creek on the Salmon and took out at Heller Bar on the Snake. Flows were around 4,700 cfs.

Music by Red Hot Chili Peppers, and Sublime.




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