The patriarch ponderosa grove below Little Soldier Camp.
A covey of kayaker lines up for some play time in the "ender" hole at Pine Flat rapid.
A spectacular view of the Impassable Canyon from above Wall Creek Rapid.
Looking downstream onto Wollard Camp from the hike above Rattlesnake Cave.
A commercial sweep boat drops over the lip of Tappan Falls around 2.5 feet.
Punching through Tappan Falls at five (ish) feet.
Majestic ponderosa trees line the banks of the Middle Canyon.
The "gin-clear" waters of the Middle Fork in a non-fire year.
A great surf wave at Marble Creek Rapid around 5 feet.
Inflatable kayaking is a great way to experience the Middle Fork of the Salmon.
Punching through the huge wave that forms in Cramer Creek rapid on the Main Salmon just above the take out at Cache Bar.
A driftboat guide contemplates the challenges of Sulphur Slide rapid at low water.
Entering The Chutes rapid at low water.
Beautiful sunset in the open expanses of the Middle Canyon.
A raging waterfall creek adds even more flow to the Middle Fork in early June.
Catching a high water wave on the fly around 7 feet.
Deep in the Impassable Canyon.
Punching the entrance hole at Weber Rapid at 3 (ish) feet.
2000 feet above Elk Bar Camp affords a pretty nice view of the river.
Bubbling waves on the Elk Bar beach.
The last rays of sun illuminate the spire below Wilson Creek camp.
Where's the pot of gold? Always down canyon. A post storm view from Cliffside Camp.
An artistic impression of wildfires that have affected the river corridor.
Taking a break on the last day of the trip above House of Rocks Rapid.
A peaceful morning above Tappan Falls.