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Difficulty I(II)
Length 25.5 Miles
Gauge SNAKE RIVER NR MORAN WY
Flow Range 300 - 10000 CFS
Flow Rate as of: 1 hour ago 2530 [CFS] ℹ️
Reach Info Last Updated 08/17/2008 7:28 pm

River Description


Popular as a fishing river, the Snake River through Teton National Park is a scenic float trip. You must obtain a permit from one of the park visitor centers.

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Date Flow Result Factor  
2019-05-22 High Fatality High Water Read More
2014-07-13 n/a Fatality Cold Water Read More
2010-09-02 n/a Fatality Read More
1997-07-26 Medium Fatality Other Read More
1996-06-12 High Fatality One Boat Trip Read More

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Save The Date: Wild West River Fest (WY)

7/3/2017
Kestrel Kunz

Cody, Wyoming - This August 19 & 20 the Wild West Paddle Club is hosting the 2017 Wild West River Fest in Cody, Wyoming. In celebration of the beautiful Shoshone River, the Fest has events for everyone - Slalom Race, Class II Sprint, Shoshone Canyon Boater Cross, and many other fun activities for the whole family! Weekend festivities are free to the public, with the exception of race registration fees for competitors. You can find a full schedule here and all competitors need to register online in advance.  

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Public Comment Opportunity on Yellowstone Paddling

12/20/2010
Kevin Colburn

The Park Service is seeking your advice on how to manage several newly designated Wild and Scenic Rivers in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks.  Paddling is currently prohibited on most of these rivers.  We encourage paddlers to offer management suggestions that support river recreation and conservation before the end of 2010.

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Yellowstone Park Wild and Scenic River Meetings This Week

11/29/2010
Kevin Colburn

Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks are hosting two "scoping" meetings this week in order to help them craft a good management plan for newly designated Wild and Scenic Rivers in the parks, on several of which paddling is currently prohibited.  Paddlers are encouraged to attend these meetings, and/or submit written comments on this important issue. 

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Matt Muir

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