Wine on the Snake River through Hells Canyon 5 Days


Chef Andrae Bopp of Andrae’s Kitchen, Walla Walla, WA

Chef Andrae Bopp, honors graduate of the French Culinary Institute in New York City, is currently the owner and chef of Andrae’s Kitchen located in Walla Walla, Washington. Andrae was one of the first “Food Truck Chefs” on the West Coast and was voted the Nation’s Best Food Truck of the Year in 2016. Keeping it local is Andrae’s style, and simplicity reigns supreme in his food.

Chef Andrae Bopp
Chef Andrae Bopp

Chef Andrae will be partnering with one of Walla Walla’s iconic wineries to complement his local menu on this Idaho wine tasting adventure. One of the finest wine regions in the US, the name Walla Walla means “many waters,’ and the rivers and aquifers in this area nourish thousands of acres of grapes, as well as apples, asparagus, strawberries and onions.

Snake River Rafting
Rafting on the Snake River through Hells Canyon on the border between Oregon and Wasington 

This wine tasting and Snake River rafting adventure begins with a private flight from Lewiston, Idaho to Halfway, Oregon and offers spectacular views of  Hells Canyon, the deepest gorge in North America. Marking the border between Idaho and Oregon, Hells Canyon plunges to depths of nearly 8,000 feet between the Seven Devils range to the east and Oregon’s rim country to the west. Through this tremendous gorge, the warm, clear waters of the Snake River thunder through some of the most exciting, big-wave rapids in the Northwest; in calmer sections, the Snake serves up great fishing opportunities. Hells Canyon’s watery bliss is matched by its stunning rockscapes and the intriguing remnants of past inhabitants, both indigenous and transplanted, creating a rich river adventure that’s hard to beat.

Snake River Rafting
A raft cuts through a stretch of whitewater on the Snake River

Learn more about the Snake River through Hells Canyon

Watch our Hells Canyon rafting on the Snake River video

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