The Snake River Is An Iconic Part of Wyoming’s Remarkable Landscape

If you’ve ever traveled through western Wyoming, you’ve seen the Snake River. Did you know, though, that it’s one of the longest rivers in the country? Only a dozen other streams are bigger, and it’s the 10th largest watershed in the country, too. While the Snake winds through several states and its watershed covers Washington, Oregon, Utah, Nevada, and Idaho, this wild and scenic river is forever associated with Wyoming.

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To learn more about planning a rafting trip down the Snake River, read This All-Day Float Trip Will Make Your Wyoming Summer Complete.

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